The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 26, 1855
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057493
oclc - 02705858
notis - AKP5519
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System ID: UF00054483:00061
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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em women. If I marry I shall probably come under my observation, and finally From the ff: T. Etenlng Pott. Raked the fire fir bia?* cf the children they bars they still regard them with civility,all intimacy journey! be was about to make -Creeee.. J 1 .j

Select po dry.i younz marry late in life." I closed with a touching account of his own TEX LAST 01 ST. EI8S.BT Tossed a papers tarn, aDd .-:from drawer with is at end. Why is it ? Are not lie promised to par him a large. J!fl/- ; ".
word for it. Mr. career after the battle of Waterloo. In Mrs. A. and her ladylike
**A fallacy, take my Hung wide all the presses, daughters so amiable, salary furnished plenty of money for hit .
of them the terrible route that followed that memorable B. WALLACS coxa.Feefairfain and loveable before Do
Stuart. Our modem woman some I Ard took down the drewes; as they trauelingexpeneesudgamehimthe.ddst.s ] '
i The Vlve. Reply. are as good and true as any of the dame I event his detachment was chased Poked the broom op the chimney and emptied the not now, more than ever, need your sympathy at wh'wh he waa to inquire in London Hol' .,_

f 'Thoa askest me wbat offering* brigfct of old. The thin;* is to find the right one." 1 I by a body of Prussian hussers, and, becoming T mall tht bluad of, a nwi. churn; and kindness ? Hh) yes! very true! belt accepted offer and agreed depart ,'s .,
I il the I.a bid him scattered in the night he wandered One the milk to the cat and nine tail, the infer- but who would want the without No '
Tr ffl dimes beyt And thus saying. good mttming.1 Dead or oKtt I trill M" seine tFeefarasia Nat wretehe name of delay. sooner however bad
priB. rather for three days and nights in the woods and and witches the devil more stern thing?" nobleman left the town than .
Tko mmyrt collect with laving On my return I found my patient I Never fd bat with blood, then drove down U the the he married -_ :. 4
To laviak paD Bel lower than I left her. by places without food or drink. cellars Let ns make a morning call upon a young to the tavern where fce soon forgot .

I I told her I had been to the village nf I The chase being at length given over, With hair all oo end in horrible, strait To Cad where they hid all their Jesuit '' ." heiress, and of course a title. She is nut about Fngland, and his engagementa aad .

1 M.k 110& eortlj jew to gTee. Suddenly and tumultuously the the poor.. uchman sat down weary and And making hi* time in a three-ninute fait, at home-bow provoking! In reply to your his art. Nor cUd hutob until be bach squan- .. .'
tbo iay'it 'tif f.ir- I I sick with his wounds and to die by Swift as arrow and straight, But St. Joseph had read an the legend aad knew inquiry "Are 1"
ffcrow: ready
> warm blood rushed up to her bosom and. That in you sure Biddy goes dcred the last farthing of the cum whlc> : ,
it be why, lovo, houli I I the i side. A humane Dutch girl discovering Though he reeled with hit night, Cbnventry once lived a Know-Nothing again to see. and while she is i,
if .
should the
4 And face, and fhe looked at me with her soft I roa A messenger came awful MW to relate, tree, : gone a merry have paid expenses of bis jouraer. .< :;
TIll jtiaj with jewel sn&r 1 inquiring eyes. him in this situation,brought him I All big with d duarter but bigger with fate, tiepin Tom," was he Hight,'ADd My sail face peeps over the top of the staircase,and II' then nrcolletted the promise be bad :' *

tboa of Ori.nt peuli I tuld her of Ler friends, and casually refreshments and cordials, and among the I To a know-Nothing! Senate which, early and lat, blue a'gsy Yotoe r**.'- :o 'ti* only you come u to go to England ud HUi.the lil'J'
Why tpetkeit mentioned the name of the young clergyman latter a flask of Lrlncl'Here," said the Keeps a weather eye open to watch for the State, lie knew all the %ice of the place through and right up. I'm sorry I kept you waiting tie furniture be portcssett realized enough .;
10 Uy npo n>y treMt Robert Stuart. old soldier, \ras the beginning of my woes. And guard the republic frol aU tort of evil through. JJidJ> did not tell me who it was." money to take.JaiN 10 '. .j. ;
treMar de&r.r Car, I From Jesuit Priest Bum, Popes, 2iani and the And shall lie live in fame, Where is tie Hii/uada ;. :
I hftvn a shame fur .
To her clear tine-reined temples the That angel of mercy, with the pf mo- Devil. Whilst SL Hiss has no name 7 bringing falsehood were however all spent by the time be ; ;
An4 fitter there to r.it.yfld&dirn.wybo.omc1&iu1. same truant blood sped with feariul force. tires brought me in that flask a deadly foe, Cried Joseph, ill.linaot-"So! perish the doubt upon herself and open her ignorant reached Amsterdam. In this town,'ti i '. ';

\ ; 1 had Seen enough. I now knew her discae -: which was to prove more potent for evil tome For a tulle and six furlong from Boston city. Here'* door: there'. a lad,. In bed eb! or oat? ; domestic! great Dutch painter. Lucas Van *l t11wu l'1 '
I to.seek, and most probably its remedy. I instantly i than all the burning toils of the Egyptian I Seven women all wicked and wise and witty. In bed by my soul-a new lady, Godiva! j "You see how unfit I am to fete'incom- then living. On him Holbein waited. And .
Therein repose And of them handsome Gaud Lord what a Plays rick, too. In tc her shrieve i 4 .
some Jusheph cure she
i the intolerable! frosts pany, continues tier if
Mr. or a: holding up arms inquired be did not want
Q the pearl the x.-aa &id f. wrote a note to Stuart merely | campaign 11 her." a person ia !' '
Aal# the Ru".ian-more fatal than the pity I which are bare to the elbows and smeared hi !
snows of ; grind colors.What ia ar name'rul0
eaying. I in in Hut hark what y .
wvrthleM n SM bU ela? k. That prose, or ditty, I "OUDd .
Are "If J'ou"oold rare a life lose not a moment -. cannon of 73 battles-which kindled in mea I' Such a thing to admit. he I Made the Saint whirl around with varnish and paint,and her faded wrapper ed Lucas. IIofleingave a fictitious one-.. I .'

And when upon hit foe I g'ie, in hastening to- (the name of the thirst more insatiable than that which Who write this defence of the noble Committee And bounce from the room in dismay ADd confusion torn and decorated with numerous u WelL I shall try jour skilL" Holbein a- .
forced veins the desert Should e'cr be compelled! in the land of the free. Like a naughty boy caught sticking ia spots of the same sticky substances ,
with ra tar. there I eee, town.) I will await you at toy lodgings. me tu ojicn my on I pins a to cordingly took bin place at the grindstone,
sands of the East.: Till that day Iliad Of sinners who ugly as sin ought tu be. cushion. which adhere little shreds of kat her. Tm if be had .
HCL t peirl or-Jiimon coolj not yield I signed: my name, and despatched it bya I I II as never done anything else ia his ', ?

A likened, lore, of the.. private messenger. I never tasted strong drink. I had uttereda : Seven women all witty, and some of them fair, For horror on horror, and a ony piled just completing my kather-work frame fur lifetime. He soon won the fconfideoce of s, ,;
Sooner than I expected, the young cler-I. vow in my youth tu attain! from it, and I Aa seven detestable Ghoul M they wen.In I.. As high as it could be,upon him there smiled my last picture; ia it not beautiful Yon his master and during his absence on 'a ?
E J'"k then no mere of thing* like tlett gymin wa at my hotel. I had preparedIda : to that vo.r.I owed my life. For not one I II a house with ID air As bitter as wormwood that face once a* mild have not seen my new shoes yet,have you? journey which he was obliged to make was 1

VTben thoa ccai'it butuv a S.in, for a conversation with a clergyman I uf all my comrades who induged! in the. Gentle quiet and rare. I A* a moonbeam in May, but now awfully "riled," I must show them to you." They proved appointed to take tile jwinting-rooin. Ha,- t '
thee will aiak* of survived the horrors the Dad made fur their horrible banquets a lair. Mrs. Patterson'. plus to be cloth gaiters of the common kind the finished j
The jy of faein; hwwerer. no one in .rticular. ue it. of Ing just a large and beautiful
specifying ( :
; Ate up small children, bone., body end hair, Not an inch off hi*, only remarkable por- i t
AU other treasures riin. II led him to her chamber saw her blush.I Egyptian Campaign. I And never so much as, fur dscency's sake, And her voice, once a flute's, now a triompet of thing abont them being tra.t of one of the magistrates at least ; '
and start of joy anil modesty. ; -Iiutas, I lay in anguish, longing for I Gave Sam an invite to juvenile steak. tin, that she made them -.,. -It H all the chief citizens of Rotterdam Lucas covered j
Bat it then wouUrt thit joy in.rnH. What then aud there transpired no one death, and momentarily expecting his approach -: Cried "80, Sir! a nice little basinet yoa're in, fashion now fur young ladies to make their it with a cloth and raid to bia grinder ,1 :
111 r:dy! te'.l thee huwEricj I An exquisite treason each wicked pretender I* this, then the way that Turret out sin? own,shoes. They do them Take { :. *
but tie great seacber of heart,and the two I a sweet lace ajijicared to me. wearing you more neatly, particular care of this picture. let .'
Wet thy heart jiin j jAI Gave uut that, for wages ez eJingll.l.oder. You're a Joseph, you are you're a head-so'* a they fit better and this V V
me by
bring of his choicest handiwork thus brought together I an expression of deep pity and sym- Alai! heaven inend her. pin means they can it receive no injury 11 make IOU responai- ,*
much own u now.rninc. I I fur aud 1 could but always have them match the color of their Lie lor its
toy -a dying girl, and a minister of hearen j-athy my snlTuringfi, I Or Belzccbub end her And leave yon to chuck pretty nan 'neath the I dresses. safety.n Hqjbrm promised topajr '. ,
I -can answer. I left them alone as accept without inpuiry whatever she gave They, U>e Ghouls undertook by their teaching to i I chin 1 Besides it saves a good deal of I tbe greatest attention to hid orders bat on .-\

long as I thought her weak state might bear !I She gently raised my head and wiped with renler ) Did yon finry IM stay at the Norfolk House inn money u the eecund day after Looses departure he 7 "*
V Ir r. BASLE.r i and when I opened the door I found him. her handkerchief dampness of my brow | Tbow wretches Vtr Ted, of the feminine gender, I No,no! when I start sir, I go in to win. But can yon afford to buy your picture took a brush and painted a fly We '
lhtt in miuvl tnuu art of mortal mould; i Complete in all tearing, with notes and adJen-1, Come out of this, Jwseph-l tell IOU von will- frames and shoes and thus upon .
the cord.al councill.r's
{i bfs.tle her bed her *!en ler hand and administered: to my lillS.] save yourself ,|, face. He then shut the paint- .4ingroum
sitting And watch to like mother's, their tenI -I The dinner u waiting, and the bill. .
J: nonages so u the trouble of them 1" .
Ce nut a prou It relieved I I. ked around we naturally embarked
I fast l IlIcke.l in, and his eoul-bvaniing eye me ; "> uiy cour I der I in a vessel and soiled 'i *
V The f.ireit furm Lei.keJ in f... ui gold pouring life an.llu\'e upon her. ,I tag, my love of life returned. I poured I II' I Till the .lirins! ba.IY"rJ and knowledge enoughTu j And ""MatUtli" the wife of".ehil." prevailed; ask. !: for London. Ou Master Lucas return : '_,

Jlart we r & iirou*. My e\es tilled with tears as I caught a I forth my gratitude in burning \\"lIrd:4 and take their own part in this world rude sail i Fur before here'en Joseph immaculate quailed ; H) certainly, but we like to do them, home, he was alarmed to bear that his .. '1I .
in the funeral nrn- the of IK-avcn. rough. I And back to the tavern tbe Koow-Xotbings aailed and we have plenty of time." grinder had
called down
PrUe d.ea.st nut ; fight of her radiant face. so full of peace j LIe-sings Ig- I I decamped. The, first thing tut *
In silence nd
Tko caoi' fruit dad la dull thua wilt return- and serene bliss and life-but the team I noraut ,what it was that so suddenly inspired : They gloat on their victims, with Cannibal glee, *For sorrow alas! alter; their all errand, had failed; sell Then? could why do you not make nome to thought cf was bia picture, which he.has- 0 ]];

toiling Baa, shed were tears: of j''I).. .I me., as soon as my spirits flagged, 1 : Whilst pretending n i more than thoir teachers to be, In presj, cellar and hall them.you" command a high price fur tened to inspect On raisin; the.cloth be ".
Look Dut eonleaptaoaflyon < called f-/r luore. 1 drank again and From A IJ C had fuunl for their discovered the fly the face. ;
My patient, with almost one bound regained again ; -- Thy troublejust nothing at alL upon Taking .
Tljjuji Fill bath, her health and ttrcnpth. and tile gb.rit'u4 i, fur three weeks her l loved voice soothed I Ii And geography, }Ierey! would not haTe the name of I out his handkerchief attempted to drive j 1
e..1-a! -a tpanItoth I To the branch of that terrible tree So they each drank a glass to the health of the the thing. What would .
Fur be II iLioe gup representative of iO'1I ministry upun i i rue anJ her kind hand administered to my tip-top nation. I people say to M Us it away butthe flywimld! not move.. 'lie .
meet iu c rti. earth his mind the iulject.ofmatrimony wants. Where gran mother Eve stole the apple to sea And resolved to it Such-an-one' makin shoes fur a living or repeated the attempt saying Eegune little : 1
upon Whether Adam was lord of the erirden or she; report aD investigation for }
Birth kiwf in b.A>ea shove no high degree : in favor of the uright one." As soon as my strenth"as sufficiently( An t all fur tjpe purpose, and nothing beside, Whose retail" would arouse aU of every station, money at alLV e might make some I imf Tie fly still qo ell, kept iu place. .
for Fair
From druM vf exrU there all .ahk .ro free. I I is now one of the few truly happy on earth I recovered fearing that some enemy might Of making etch darling a Jef uit's bride. I To tbe frightful extent of duwmnlatidn, a or a Beneroknt Society." Muter Lucas now examined the creature ., J-
I I in life with one still be lurking near. I bade her adieu with In the rvmbmatiuo and conglomerationOf Here, then is the great difference. So somewhat more narrowly and discovered
Foneiaed of wealth, incrtMiBg tin*with time -happy a with b1arr.a"him and every I many th l.k'J anti tears sought the sea-side I :eree i'uHs-1 the m Mnjr, bretthles. hU tale Jesuit canning, with Mollification long as the necessity for labor dues not ex I to his stirprue that it was painted ; t 1
V Thy gjll employIt way cjngenul every way I, When lived with rage, the Committee set sail Of neutral relation ist a young lady or married ; cpon \,' ]
and embarked sailor the woman which be the
common on ; dropped
i of him.TI1D as a cover and exclaimed
I With Mr Patterson In abberation
from crime worthy sweet tiel to its tail .
gwd-y UeeJi, in caTicg tearti [ first vessel that offered and have followed I Like a Lob to a kite, the offender to nail, From the paths of the jut-in Boston city, father or husband is able to support her "Either the Ievilur Uolpein has'beta her* '
AN.,. real joy. SOLDIER'SOW.. the sea ever since. My fatal thirst has ] And drag without fail AU which U submitted byyonrconuuitt.e without work, may boast of making her at work* lie knew that lieu the:only '' ,

Tba rrbt>4e wiLl L.p tlie hand that gave, ever accompanied and cursed me, in port I I To Eoxbury jail own dresses, shoes or picture-frames cook. one of all his contemporaries- capable ,\ *,. J|

AoJ a".. ai C.aJ.IIIp..rt U-Jcw Uij(rare. and on oVck tbi* foe hu debased me,&l dLel.t ;Ir. Dungeon to lie, without mercy or bail, MORAL. ing for the family, or may even help to painting a fly so inicuitablyto deceive '|
race TALE.
a me from ail chance of piMintitiou. Oh, I| Till .aeb of tbe Mven, repentant and pale Wbtnyon 'orss beggar, fasten well his legs ; clean the dirtiest hall fur a charity festival I an able painter like himsclt Uolbeia. |
in the Confessed all the children
tortared ,
One beautiful Indian summer day. I how often have I, in the depth of my heart j I I beaten they'd sail Wfc a you find a male's nest bring away the eggs. : and it h set down as aa evidence of her rived safely at London but be had lout his j
ittisccllann.[ autumn .f Ifr4l. a stranger appeared in I I When Iou catch a second lib ta B I II
character. But : |
wished I had died on the field of Waterloo I What girls fricawce'd and what protestant eaten. Make the energy lordship address and hail
the streets of Htnorcr N. 11. whose parblM.tip I ': I two on sick can a slandering committee, if, by any reverse of it quite-forgotten ? I
breaihfl 1 out liCe in the arms of rn* becomes even his In
my I And tu keep their holy, true namr. PO
>.. the utu..ii IKJUUaad oestlu- :! Just "phjo their !liDt" in that horrid purpose and strong; for her great a 10111'0 Low .|; -i
'a'alu .O a; vL.'U& y place necessary to perform these offices i he
j gentle (,re.er\"er. Six weeks ago. I was j ji r lie tore TOO tend another ")1; Patterson along. was ever to discover it?
be When omnibuses Entering 1 It !
was surrounded two
t.on. As he staggered al.iitg a-running a race. she loses caste at *
once her
of the I cufiee-bouse
wrecked in the Clyde among acquaintances which
packet ship be
i Anl crameJ with twelve brothers heard was the resort
; who Know-Xothing
; crowd tf' \ .1-
A Tin: KETCILSI by a village boys coast of New liruusu-ick. I have wandered |I of grace.Determined "The Name of tbe Thing." and becomes half ashamed to ac numbers of the nobility he i *

auiuaed tuentMrhes by iueulting hint with lie j| on foot through Canada and New each secret to ferret and trace, "What's in a name T So Shakspeare. knowledge that she dues that which was 1. any of those present knew the mansion inquiredif of j t]

THE raUiLT rur.ICIAX. coarse jests and personal indignities shire, s'.nging: for a few pennies or lIarup-1 Like bound,on a chase the "immortal bard. sang We once her boast, unless she is really possessed i tbe lord who bad sent him London I' >'\
bore their abuse with exemplary patience, till At a dace of a pace not of those attributes which the voice of in order ; 1 >:.fj
for bread 1 nut to them
sympathy give
Lil LaJ Mime skill and m torkty and begged them to wait till he felt a little your j Rattle up to tbe house, whilst a voice fall of awe question for a moment his: right to do so, public opinion once ascribed to her. If some idea ofhis per- 4; ,
1 ilrc-h- ll.. do these walls mid this nobleI she ponal
II College appcerancetunka .
: w neither da the coal from the Lear
we dispute assertion th .
cia tivttcr. and he would King theta a fine song I Cried "Open the door-In the nun of the law which it., the name will be but
tre-ttiueut .1'l'u1UJvuar'y an liOund.appening and a
in recall recollection empty sketched
wy band of student to the his
I I I follows viz : A ruse other figure on the wall. The ;
UuiU ai iJ tr.Tt iuig North une euiuuicr {I!! His T<.ice ,'uthick with unnatural excit, 'I have mumbled their by any name a short time since to be seated z'
|* scents of former years. The emotion ofi warrant they aught to would smell 1niota11. was done all
j they
i as sweet butc do exclaimed '
1 tU .d fur a fe* I and he was too weak to protect Liui.ellI ; say, near a gentleman and J ." .
I ir hvatUi am naL >j>i i. the stranger for a moment evcrcame his prayer, that if the had livM-in young lady in the 'Oh! it is LordS-" He was
thaI now directed
rek. at a AautJuJ little ,the near the I I I from the rude jostl.ngs i, the crowd, yet %voice, an 1 whvii he rciUitu-d the tears Ani hid in the cellar of trader the stain poet that he days, it is cars. we were involuntarily made the aotd.I to his lord ship's house, and there J '
scarcely probable would have labored
onnwhatknown. bnnlcd the tormentors and exhibited I When fearfully glares asked iur of the .
he ,
1 on following delectable little f.T
uiiere j
't Lawrxuct piece some time but
st.U each other down his I
were c.nrs.ng; j In such a question. We do not ; ere long be was :
oilier tense of his helpless an J forlorn glitterinT pairs. pretend to prom
no gossip.
cheeks.4"l know nut"hy God should direct Those virtuous optic of each of the faresIn know how it was in hit time but there I oted to the office of court painter to the
I LaJ unlr Uta in the Tillage, two layS condition than a l"o* of grief asidshiue my fiteps hither; p'liUemeii, th.f j the two omnibuses, but .ke always dares is ccr.rijthinz in a name and the incense now of -I saw Relle Dto.cJay.." raid the King of England and in this situation: te .I

where 1 wjij ciiica tu bee the J uuiigdaughter :| which despite his eiforte and biniles hall be the U> inllin; Jf a new l.fc in tne | In iu direst trouble lo put on it* airs. I praise is ten times more,grateful to when I gentleman, who, by-the-way. did not ap died in London ia the year 1554.-Grego 1--' '

of a vrc :llUy irnur by tae uauie of buuituer. : would occasionally U\'CtbJreaJ his couuie- and here in His presence, anti in that of| S. the .Mother Superior opened the wicket, I ycleptpuMic opinion." u* pear to be over nineteen years of age, and ry Krau. *
nance. Anl let th<*m all in without grip, pass or ticket. attired in the very extreme of fashion. *
tho-m Watll SCS. 1 swear as I hope to meet j
belle of the Late in the afternoon the writer. then a I| A young girl just venturing on the confines "Ah did how did of.
the she look
Ida Summer bad in Heat en, neier to taste a drop of: ; r oud you h t I penn th it ,lele tIe show f womanhood I you ? simpered VALUABLE -
you <> gives her hand
cuuuiy ui tiiougU ouly) Mrvcuneu, Ler student justed hni: in company w.th a alcohol iu form :.- ill. Prolonged anti Of twenty-four sonitor* nil in a rur, influential old to a ; the lady a Miss of sixteen uf therea- '.
toatetwu ltaN, an I never a crow, I wealthy man, enough to be bouts. Destruction of V
LcAUty these Ante.V* '
deafening clu-vrs wurls ani I II -
her father and whose head f
voice of unusual and beauty, singing All baked in i pie m vie nf Know Nothing dough. crowned with "Beautiful but
aa I
ofiruuiy aa 1ei.eer ever
ibe hca.ru was A
1"CUWInllI1.WII: in noticed nioist .\ i surprisedand correspondent of the
I intny a c.\l' Collection j Anleaehcryhsglli! ho! many a hitened lock. She tries to Philadelphia i
national 1 of France -
ilrank i the favorite air ; persuade shocked to ber
tivor. fee .
ut.icccsUul sa.tur tj ma-lc 1 th.-in fif-I P ,.h the b and low display a want of Ledger says :
was imtne-l.auly an more * cuntijiug aUk a! uuce Jayful! and UMAlc, I La Pariienna. A s he procwded a great | ty d..!l.iM was put in his Itaads; lie ascended Von bad said h\d y.u heard all their "sweet voi I with the hAnd. and the world ear it ia goes"a good taste which I did not expect in her. 'We give you a cure remedy-procure'a I V
uuuiberol'students 1'roiu taecu.legegather. | She had Line
area, yet m.i-ictnt lull ut'tvihi 'pirlt.t't. I to the c ach to take hiss learture[ ee, fin?, splendid match. Time on a pale silk bonnet with Urge sponge, wash it well it
veiydrr V.
and press
I! ed around him an I at the conclusion an i I Twu dish passes, the flowers Inside and her ; r
utterly Uwuivl vt'cu uctry-tw Sue bet was of delight broke he turned to the excited multitude that I as dainty a as you'd serve to a king. name iJME! thin f veils aching hearts, unhappy kids I"uWhy on hands deep blue by so doing it will leave the small cells 'I&t
LI v>ve i1er. involuntary expression urroun-le l uim. and i-ai.l **lt is but open.... lay it on the shelf where
I e> jua- There was Philbbary pompons ani Evan ana homes and circles care-worn brows they are '
entlms.a. ,
I tuuud tae ptvrUs j girl, whom I had re- from the eutire luasd. He was lice that you fahoulJ know my name. 1 Pratt with smiles.A ,how exceedingly inappropriate !" most troublesome,sprinkle fine white sugar k.'

DejilteruJ irjui tae ciiiuruer bcf-:,re aa tically encored ant afterward the Martn'tLue am Lieutenant [stones a i*>phe\r; ot the An I Little>hn, limed for a shocking bad hat young m3.n. honest respectable, and exclaimed the little lady. UI have always on the sponge (lightly over it) twoor three _M<

buoyant an 1 ru/ with beJih, pale ant called for. 11ae same rich, cler Toice I great Marshal Lannes, May (i.d bleis you \11 I Ring, sarntme.l JJ thin, sal Pennimaa fat. I industrious seeks employment. He is thought Belle a perfect model of taste and times a Jay take a bucket of hot water 'to "
that wild melody in the And mIlieus and and nine more than a dress. '
Stetson As
cUuJ aud iareutljr in rang out very j elegance to that of which where
wau ju a i.a.u.ur all-farewell As these )outhi thoughtfully that stranger; you sponge i is, carefully drop the .
the dvMia eu vi of dechue. word* which are wont to arouse the spirt j ; speak, the very name of the thing would I in the
; returned to their accustomed sponge scalding water and :
pursuits lint than eat ,. will .
French soldier to frenzy. The ailmiration j spryer "Unknown his and banish the idea. .
her of the .fI parentage
A Cartful taresUgauun into lungs I resolved in their shy them by the thousands
not a few deepest After milk, mou. or rat, Unknown the land and soon rid '. ,. .
cjaviuuM tUat Okra wu a mental rlu- of the poor inebriate's auditory I; souls that temperance and" virtue should Ani the first into Pantry and band-bos I his, from whence he came; Mrs. F. is a widow of very limited the house of these troublesome iDsects.f f

rr loan a pll)..cat c>u uuiption. I stuletlr j was now raised to the highest pitch. IK- j'i ever mark the.r chaacter and that the Was St Joseph the stainless whose surname is and it would seem as though the fate were means, but Very ambitious. She contrives When yon squeeze the sponge, yon will be r .

her cue catx-Ja.K.'. waic.K-a tUu ranuui ex-j: spite hi&tattered and tillliy garments, his soldier'sow should be theirs. .. in conspiracy against him. lie is looked to keep op appearances" on a large scale astonished at the number that Lad ia. .,

prewiua uf her Baiting Ucc, a.id at last I squailed beard and briuiles hat now that I' Vile Queen,quoth the Saint open everything wide; upon with a suspicious eye by almost eve and what her income will not purchase she if.lt.. ." gone. : : .J i }

came to the Conclusion that her malady was fume of liquor had subsided his form appeared 1'rlvoJtiec. Don't attempt (nun this holy comuitte to hide r.ODe. to whom be applies. lIe is told- obtains on credit. Her credit U not the -: r

oar purely of tUe ue rt.Ol symmetrical and manly and Ins A Torso Man knowing thiS a young lady, of Tour dungeons and victims; we won't be denied, "We don't know you can you bring testimonials best and as fast as it grows threadbare in Tea llalr V

uurvjuiUeJ aifcction 7 I could not l lace glowing witu'the scntitueuta of the j whom be im tgiued hinixelf enamored understood Till into each eul'boaH an I moOMhold were pried tgood character, 'and recommen one place, she' is obliged to remove to I The infusion of tea, when not too strong, :

thiuk that-ocaulif jl, aod guud as olie .. patriotic song and tbwhxd with excitement | the lingujge uf fluwers, sent her a beiutiful rare, And seen fried wHere your prisoners are basted and dations from some reliable source ?" An- another. In this manner she baA i is said to be very useful inpreventing-the
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The case wa a i.tlicult unv. Tenderly and 1 at the unexpected praise he was winning, j as a declaration of love attaching a slip: of paper, Quick woman the keys, outer no oetier man ne, perhaps not as, lated upon debt which she has half falling! oft The best plan i6 to pour .

V gently i |m,bvd every Bounding, but oxildaot assumed au expression of intelligence and "i on which was written "If not actepted, I proceed Or bef tre you can sneeze, good has rich relations. lie has letters of.I means nor intention of paying. Still she boiling water 011 to the leaves, after they Vi
arnv at u.* .dli.un 1'uiu much 1dtae ,joy that; beautifully off his really tine About JOur bane soul-trap will raise such a breeze introduction from his uncle, the Governor gives parties, sends her children to fashionable have been used fur a meat In ten or '
'\erc*i-that "he poec cd no particular teatnres." What and who it this atrau- to the war. In return she tvrwarled a That the blood in your body for terror shall freese. or hU grand-father, the Sesame," what, I and expensive schools,and though despised twelve boon it may be drawn .off.'and I

regard for any o.te of the youth* far or geir* was the universal inquiry. pickle jim, containing a single mangu (j n-go) "'Sir," answered the raitron'-ean loa be a man?" wonder that, assisted step by step his own ; unloved and .U seeming- placed in a bottle for use required. A.ta .

tyar, .uo. iia>d I could get hold of.- "Ills singing is incomparable, and his A GK.TTLEMIS in PurtUuJ on lifting up his bat I Quoth Ilins-Mr*. Patterson know that I ean:- sake and that of iiis friends," he soon climbs ly careless everything save the desire to InbIcipunnfulufanyperfum.piof
And ritb4ianU.ug all uij efforts ahe English and French are faultless." (rum the Uble, found yooug lady's bustle tudor j But none of your nmuense,-come; out with your the ladder of success. be thought a fashionable- woman of the should be added tu every half pint of

iceined rat1Iy lediuta;' -i"es: ," said he. dropping his ej es, "I can it which so astudwaed him that he fainted. Fact! II pin scholar in 'tis best Walk with men a few moments along one world just for the name of the thing. O! the washmade. It should be applied tD the ;

1 made iniuuie in u.ry into all her past give you German or Spanish, or Italian, as A hydropathic appiiuatiou at tbe town pump That you plan fry, np your ;- your of the principal streets of a capital city.- how unenviable a name scalp with a piece uf sponge, or a very soft :

lib, aud of tier tuotuvr; but IIJ cautiously well, or Lat.n auJ Greek either" he added the only tiling that brought him to, Great w"l Don't stare M, for look ye Here nn the right stands the residence of brush. .

M tu kt uy tujiive reuiAiu uuaj-j .reut.- canIt."hIi1 J. umph fur hydropathy Weve heard they pUy nookey. Gen. E-, "a iiiie old gentleman very A Leatlal the Life ot a Child of Cenloa.Holbein i Dow to Spice er Pickle OvsUn.
learnt that sue had spent a few weeks of In reply to the many questions they A TIACBEB at a national school asked a boy So show ns tbe hooks where you bang them to dry rich and Very benevolent." At the time of the celebrated painter not Drain tbe into 4V,
the winicr preocdiu wiiu a friend in au ad- were showered upon him with the coin tie which i* the highest dignitary of the cbur-h 1 AC.I I Or we'll khnt up this shop with a hook and 11'1., the great famine in Ireland be subscribedmore .when his parse was lowvconJeccnded unfreqnently. *-- same. To une juice can of a dish, and save tb*

joiniog towu, and from that tone had beguu so much needed he at length said in a sad tar looking op and looking down north, east, What's here 7 'Til a bandbox and.lllptl1011Jade, largely to the "relief! fund." than did to paint figures upon the houses of quarts of water, made as oysters salt as put common two

lei tone and lowly endeavoring to push hU south and west the twy replied innih.enUy, ''th.Tuovaierrra"It Confers fur a cardinal' hat it wa made. any of his fellow citizens. The papers the gentry uf Basle,M was the custom in brine. Then put as many in
To that town I repaired; but my closest way through the crowd: wMuer ." A C ril.n.il! Scatter, sal see where he'. laid, lauded h* noble charity," public speaker* those times and by this means earned a stewpan as wiU cover the .bottom oysters' toe

inquiry uUeIe or two frauds .n Utat placeOxlkl -Gentlemen, I am a poor vagabond, entirely U well to leave tomethio; For the bus is still warm he'll escape ; we're betrayed in the cause held him up as a shining example few gilders! ,which enabled him to pay his: them scald until the fringe around,the and let

Dot ascertain IK du to her illuvss.Tu unworthy your kin ayiupathy.Leave fur ttfiiee whu oooie after u," u the gentleman Bit! look for the hat| munificence; and the name of the score a day or two at tb.tavern On one tee begins to curl up. .Repeat until all oys
all u. e"aiM alJte had sbe been me to rags aud wretchneea. to go on laid wtw turew A barrel iu toe way of the cotutaUe If JOG cannot that, 'thing ranged far and wide.It occasion be ,bad bargained to du some dune Then put ia the crock first are

'1", bat nuthtng uwre. fneud-1 uayway." V __.a. ,_ _, woo wot ceasing biio.i Six dina fur his head, men; we'll have It that'* is a damp, cloudy morning in November work of this kind upon the wall between layer of olten,1heu uf,mace and doves.one
Tb. uf the church Our curosity was to. mucu cxc.ieu 10 a.- ;ff It u LOiS toot ItO title of the presiding oficer and the .1
dctQ.UWI flat ,_ .. ... east wind u keen. On the the second and third stories of his bouse.. Then take the. cold juice and
had attended- and sue bad Uu exceeding- low this, and amid load cneer, we eaCorted of.1&" iuuw-Xotaiiig Lul.. is, Great igauramiu. Or may neverannther wife, widow or Mis,U IT.. broad( warble steps of this mansion are The scaffold fur Uolbien to sit upon was prepared to suit your taster and i it add vinegar
whose surname pour tbe
unaolllJecI Trust ttainla* Joseph upon
regular s.oddceuut lu tier attendance him to a room, wnere he was huddled a group of ill-clad! wretches, on and he had already worked 'a whole! oysters. There abouU be Ounce nfnac -.

was a youug Wo4U but out inacu giteu to with water and good clothes, and the Uirber The Mab.Lg 01 a Voai Wife. Then np stain, SAl down stain they acrampered whose haggard faces the seal of want and day when the drinking lit seized him and an ounce uf cloves! and a few aa of .'

study sod ecioAiou, aud one wh reiuaed *. art pat III roqqia.tion and alter an incredibly \Vheii you see a young woman w no rises like ft a. woe is set. They are a father, mother an quite extinguished all relish for labor U. per to make the spice -OA/a grain Farmer.(ep-

to mingle in any tuaiiuer lu Social gather auort time, be reappeared upon early seta tae Uble an J prepares her farber'stjresktaet Till they eavght in tbe chapel a desperate see. infant, and a little suffering boy. Strangers thereupon begged the merchant to advance ;

ing*, one uaj :'ieutljr MSCU uothmgof the c.aroe atepa. .wt11.n,and ouwuig gracefully cheerfully, depeii.l upon It sue Win stack to her prayers spite of each mother1 in a strange land land, without mon him a small part of the price of his work To makt Leva Drops'

him except wuik o>Uct : in at* palPit. a DUll ot as tine appearance and node iris nuke a good wife. You may rely upon Of th.uiu committee, till finished and don, ey and without food, they have found a in order ashe said to di-charge a debt which Grate three large lemons with a .larjjfl Ni t(
1 reiext to call on him, aud tearing aa ueuold. The delight it that sue poaeesses a good disposition chill -
rnu | And then with a smile resting place at. the rich man's 4uor.A he owed. The mercbantawareofhis unsteady piece of -; then scrape the
band hun a man nude altogether of the crowd at this transformation and kind When you Bee a young SoUntie with pile, carriage roll over the smooth pavement. habits gave him the money resolving into a plate, and add half a tea-spoonful sng of r
after tnudel of what might be u. was and repealed shouts nut tne woman just out of bed at nineo'cl.ck with *. don't talk nonsense j.t' ,
the intense Said: "Sir if'1"11 pleaSe the obsequious servant opens the door, and at the same time to keep a strict eye upon flour; mix well aud beat it.into' a light
highest of a wouau' Lean.-. air: Oive ut La Pariftfnnaf echoed her chow upon the table, g4.!pmg and igU- be. C
Gen. E.
aspirations alights. As he mounts the steps him and that he should by no means paste with the white of an
escape drop it
&lIM' it ecg;
I. (ac ,au Urn iiueti V a e-i joung ladie of from all Bides, and as soon Ca a Ieno> could big -0a. how drenilfjlly llieI." rely upon If you'll walk in lend the to entry,questions ems an ear.queer* he U greeted with imploring looks and feebly All next day accordindly, he kept coming on white paper and put LQ ft. mwen up

lbs panda .crow .eit Uigh crazy about him. U obtained again that dear, rich voice altered it, she will not uu.e a gout wife ahe I am ready to your extended bands from the poor crea from timeto time, out of his shop and looking on a tin plate. *) V

Bat to all al.ke be accoroed uothing but these umpiring word: must te lazy and umpiah. \\'tJeIlYUl1 see Then Jo eph the ataiAl. be took her aside tures. woo would silently crave his com np to see whether the painter was thereat V ;. .

badly grertu; and Leaving luem all'nozLt Peuute Frtuteatf, pcuftle de brutes, a g.rl with a broom m her hand creeping And whiperd-'Yowrj woman bow cam. you pu lOD. lie heeds them not. but hurrying his work, and always observ him sitting Extract of Peach BI ftO.. }

the pn acy of ties own qut study. La Ltberte roav/r *t 6r." the flour, with ru""in; board or a cloav- untied 7 wria&-IIa" on closes the door behind him and witha there bia leg and feet banging down .Takeof parvbakam of Pena.oae&Dd:a
IU emtueuUjr haurlauimi and added lie was then conducted to the spacious hue in her hand 11ut down that Where's th* gyre* fmrn yonr joeT half and
was rt trad* surly voice and rude gestures orders them from the scaffold. At.length however be pounds. a like quantity of the essence -
to his tall manly Jnu and beautiful chiW *- cbapeL and there be held an audience of lihe'ia indiulrioits, and will make a good >eea of Litter i almonds
I* back a light Uirter from fer'.are applied tu depart "and not be hanging around gen became alarmed to observe t that the man ;rectified spirits of V V
feature* he puaHeMel a beuiguitj of owe thousand persons tieU-buand for two wrf for somebody. When you sees g.rl your Are yeu starved; are you whipped i tlemen's door steps, if they don't want the never bndsed from the pot but hour after wine three'plants; spirit ot 'orange Sower S

expreama that wa pearly dirine. bour&.by one of the most interesting auto. with itotel IB oue hand and a fan in the Or with hoc pincen. nipped : police after them. hour continued in the selfsame position; one pint; spirits jauamme ooMbortliof .

i i had much o
'muUguther 1LegL 1 11Ddtiuoed bora in Par*, of wealthy parents be bad that she u unlit for a wife. Happiness Dig your graves ia the day tiaa' sleep ia V anti each ia highly esteemed i window of one of the .opperroomsj but far odurous. ,_ '

14&&1IUIk'I'and her eridentldying a state. in early life been thucuugfatly educated at and misery arebeforeyou-.rill yoacuouse? eomnlTis by the other.. Ale. A. becom' ouJorta- L or'Dearnu Holbein-was 0. be. ccn. He ;
enlarging aomewhat her Leaatr aud the of WiUemUrrg and.reeived .What'this t" Ant be seized os her nasty cI1aJa. Lemon PiC*. ? V
oo. university lute busines and Wl: uatemperaooe had in (act to the tavern to
in straight
T* Clean narbie. tbe gone To the juice and two.
foudneM.Uiacwlor. the Ma&ter'a "lie ,soon afterjoined a madmin McapeU. tboaght lady c I crated rind of .le-
degree follows crime fella drink 404 in order
failure ?intemperance away his money that mOM add .
Take an ox's galL gill of lees half "that's plate one pint of water one-pound.of
deepened somewhat a* be as.V th* fortun of Napoleon,and with soap seethe tl and Mr. A tried and convicted of ..forgery. his should Ji'ever. that
V of of make I had Utter **', too, ewes ecabJ u employer suspect sugar and lour table. pooaful of flour mix
Mated to toy rxmarta; and ,expressed his the rank lieutenant. be was with' 'himduringalib's a gui spirits turpentine- &without pains Sr weed Mr.-B.'s family continue to associate he was absent from bis work be had paint wtH. and bake between of; SI L
own at her ntuuelfu but wtber Egypt, ;in Italy.io into a paste pipe clay ; apply it to the marble nu .. two layers pa>
regwt tunpaign be I. with Air*A.. fur a Urn*after their ton ed his legs upon the waH. Of course"the like fruit which oadi
W "inUn and Waterloo and let itjiry dt/.or two; then rubckaIVapplas IP".sShaS -&* try, pfec. they seta
ne naoiCAtea IM emo&. .ustr. at With JDCtr JlpilJaM offortoue.. They say sitrs.. Aaod. her merchant instantly laid holdof the wayward ble-Ccr. Germantom TitttrarJ '.
I remarked before t left him that It WM His accouut of soentti... these:battles U otfi and jf not cuc4 or :WWto the**WliSrpaytfcat J'RdIsbIsYISt.OsIIpCIa aainimiMvaWW .daughters are fin people, and' surely trtiat compelled him to finish the task > 'S
toni naUl,ckao. O. Jlix fiuiely -! Ae very Te Preveat We 8saai c-eu a. -* .
r. Iw w gisbis a aDd 'bis description of places aad -cities third jwwdered .
pretty rausas iVwU toe alteration in their after
: it U*thieoif of a an dI.Sgeeetbat face nono less so fur the be bad IndSflV.Notlung aa n.rfisbm&knaa Soak the w-ick'.Pa -
trIId.v hi choice and pumice-stooo with/vegaicci.t stronj vinegar n4
were expressed graphIc tstms Which worth,faMautheAtI 1abX_ .raacza. cinuiD1t!, vBot when jtbs) .bat,.two *arrived BasJe aod having V ,
maT JDIJIlrr *. eotspared with butory stand turtwo.hour*, dip a sponge m U. rob dryltwenbelbrtjxwiuseU; it will ttea S V
\1 no replied and bo being rwertJuund evils cowi4bo'sicted.fai1y: 'toe beard of the celebrated H beiningated .
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political existence in the war of the Revolution Our Know-Nothing- after rca T& n... roa TIK .. ket of Champagne-from six and one-qnar Knew. From t&*BlAaonJ Si.
: 1Driba neighbr Ball Ball-Road Meeting at Newnaiuvllle. ter ccnta to hundred freely Nothing Trlomplu. .
for one
c1us. Taxation the Legal Votcn, doUawer '
Q1ht by
and served to preserve us in a late a silence of '"Would know af few
: ,
h' you
svr.mont float l r.e At a large and rcspecUbl meeting 0 offered, and as freely taken. For a tm : olWrf ?
struggle.! On the other hand recent aroused triotnphs of Know *
event suddenly himbl, Jik m Tbe Act t the kit Legislature o this Stat the citizens of riorida, convened at te the whale boat seemed to the favorite, North Read these-Nothinri a .t- .T the 1 1
have: show, that those warlike natioD o who has just waked up out of a deep sleep, wh'kh eoofen 'on. thi majority of voters, b
Court House in the town of Nownansville, the little
leg although Mary was not. The monster ymt3alhy and
JACKSONVILLE }; who were wont to look upon us and before he had done rubbing his eyesor tboogh the,may aotowii a dollar's prr. Cohi Wati Sunder reif f
: urp wr o on Iflth May, 1855, on motion, hi backers. Whether the mi cession in New York, on account of
have deteriorated. could what he the extort from OmnUet Town b1 th o l ,
see commcn jr *
sadly death
contmp& w abut per 31. S._ PERRY was.called to tho blr, fested for the whale boat grew out of the a prize-lighten t
I SATURDAY. MAY 2C 1855. }' many years, the military spirit i in' c.kickgd floundering in defence of meant, not t Crc but t b expel The election of a band of infidel ;
to to
RatIO and JOHN.Q. RCAKDOX requested at fact that she was .the property of Uncl It
Europe Seemed also have died out. 1 It the brotherhood, which ,he thus far i fruitless atmpf. t ' t h M tyrannical and unjust i nnwise Secretary.CoL Sam" or from some other cause, baa not The defeat of an
i accomplished.
: *. was by that plough been either ashamed or afraid to Acknow- R i tinandintellectualstatesman
8$m Killing off many
Abollttonlsnu blc\c h and inexpedient. The odious and .execrable Perry having taken the Chair, r transpired. Perhaps knowing ones, who Lie Joeer* !?

! Tho Know Nftliing organs seeing too and PMming-hok had superseded the leg his connection with. As might haTeupecte(1ot measure strike at the root of the most Important quested Captain P. Dell to explain the ob felt the disastrous result, can better ex Chandler, for his religious b.JIer. *

plainly that in the Southern States. the sword, and that commerce was hi future to a man under such crm6lCt social and civil institutions, and saps tho very ject of the meeting-which that gentlemandid plain. The Ladies, too, "God bless them" The declaration ol war upon fifteen,o..
and sit aa arbiter nations. The dethronement egregiously foundation itself. The enjoyment reign States because of their local
influences were too among hs blundcr o government by stating in a concise manner, thAtIt were present in huge numbers, and wcr tions. umit* ;.
wiiall to of the Merchant King," as Louis his attempt to ) our las of property, instead of being i rendcret
excite preted
of expose
any great amount upprebension reply was to give expression of opinion in regard by no means silent spectators of the exciting The formal trial and torture
(or fright) the of Thillippo almost called, and the week of the miserable hypocracy of the insecure and precarious by it; te a the Florida RailRoad of'J& j
may b of -
amongst people industrious ) U placed at the mercy to the opmtions scene. The day was clear and beauti- Loring, Massachusetts, for darin'
. those States of the masses, threatening Order, in professing so much opposition to mmbl1 society vindicate the Constitution *,,
' liave sought to bolster upheaving a which of
opposition be th&
solitary breeze
up the ad dll !I&; without even a Company nd te jul-just enough of air and to ljj**
. their cause, by adding another plaak: to the European revolution, served t dispel this foreign influences, when in truth, they, in check o t restrain either the envy and.snlice o those operations have met with from oufellowcitizens comfortable.At States in a judicial decision. *

latfonn. They promise, not only to hutilown illusion. The restless mood of the French many instances, are completely led by the vicious and culpable destitution,or tie no lea dangerous of Tamp the appointed hour, the rival boat on The account removal_of their.rc religion.nchaol, teacL MatnlTlie

all people the ding embers of the. nose into the greatest excesses by foreign Improvers, from committing the
Foreign and Catholic influences: fno I lea o r&c On a motion seconded, came to the line of starting, and at the report proposed exclusion by .tatll

not only to destroy the old Whig and military spirit and the rekindled flame impstcr In his blundering attempt t unlimited depredations o the property of the Chair appointed a Committee of the following of the signal struck out in beautiful the Legislature of Massachusetts S1'an

! Democratic parties, but to "kill off" the lighted another Napoleon to the throne of aswcr us, he mistl.c for our own the I indurtrioss and frugal: in short ifis a measure colculitted gentlemen, to express the sense or style-St. gun linger, of the Unite persons of the Catholic persuasi: wT>

; Abolition and Free Soil parties also. This France. language quoted from the Cincinnati! TimesKnowNothing t injure and destroy., instead of promoting this assembly, to wit: States Coast Survey, at the helm of the holding office. .

latter plank in the platform of the Southern Knowing the tenure by which he held -a organ, edited by an the prosperity of the prlo of I republican u manifestly re- Col. Mcq. Mclnl ,h, J. G. Dell, whale boat and Col. J. L. Hopkins taking matory The prostitution political harangues of the pulpit to fnflam
PUD'Dt t every principle of the For short distant as in
g\om- the helm canoe. a the
: Know Nothings has been the sceptre-i. e., but as a representative of Irishman in disguise,who, through jelousy, S. B. D. C. Prescott or the demagogue CIIe
distinctly repudiated meat, and incompatible with the olject of it Thompson, 'e, the whale boat seemed to have the Pnest who jDlita
;; by all the Northern Lodges and military France Louis Napoleon casts his is abusing and exposing two other organs ktitution; and the consequences of its exercise Silas Niblack, W. II. Ives, advantage; but the Little Alary," aa i it Mark Anthony in Ins iuoday'ItAcMnOll O'er

about for something to do. Fearful of of the same party edited respectively bj could not bare been considered or under the dead body of Poole, the
: Councils, and the Anti-Slavery creed adopted eyes maturely J. L Dozier Wade II. Sparkman, blushing at her own timidity, determinednot A pu Jgilist.

'.: by nearly all of them instead. As only perfidious .lbio which had once caused an Englishman and Scotchman. But if he vtood, or i certainly net'er could have received tho Bowel! Prevatt, D. Minzell, to be outdone by her more stately rival chbrch riot was in nobly Chel mutilated.'&in which a l'oN

,. the downfall of his house he the address wishes to know our opinion of sanction of a intelligent Legislature. rallied; under the well-plied oar,passed
one of the many confirmations of this assertion b foriger G. B. Payne, J. A. Stewart, with .A Roman Catholic church blown
the of and
to secure her as an ally and the war we are free to admit that there The government of this State, (like that of her her speed a fairy, wa Alton '
.. : we have in our possession, we giver cas Samuel L\vmn J. I). Ilenniss, never again overtaken. The cheers and and nothing lift standing but il.
r Lelow the resolutions adopted by the State with Russia is the result. On the part of of them for whom we have the profoundest sister States,) emanated from, and was cratel and J. Kinkaid, G. M. Ellis, shouts which arose from the assemble tions of'the walls. pc.r'
constituted the for their bcncfi
: Council of New Hampshire. But our England, this crusade :ia regarded as a national contempt:-a class that we would not on- by people Burrell Stokes Stephen Bcv i il Altitude that lined the wharves and the A church gallantly mobbed and rani-
. pur. and their and welfare ed
happiness and
promote ; torn to in }
t ow tokens of showered from the Manchester
1 to her eastern ly deprive of the privilege of citizenship approbation Jf,,
is to how the Southern necessity, S. R. T. A.
now it
pose inquire I preserve and such powers only wero conferred upon a Pyles, Brdor. by the Ladies Hampshire in honor u tho birth-da
adjacent buildings satslactory *
: from the of the dreaded : but would from the entirely gave 7 of
branch of the concern really stands upon I possessions grasp country were indispensably necessary to accomplish this Philip Dell, J. C. Pelot, evidence to our friend and fellow freedom. '

., this question. Whether their acts sustain Czar. On the part Napoleon,it is :personal We mean that class who, either throng! purpose, and nono others. I has supreme absolute J. B. Standley, J. B. Coker, citizen Col. I. V. Garnie,that his efforts to A Catholic church turned in Bath JlaJue.

I their professions.: ) necessity ., for his restive and glory knavery or cowcrdicc, are 8 dasterdly as power, not inconsistent with the rights of the S. F. Ia1dy. Elias Earle, place the 'Little Mary" in sailing trim were by Mr. Flournoy's brave compatriot. t

: In the first place we find that every loving subjects must cither have a vent to pander to the prejudices of the vicious whole society, t do good; but none whatever t Lemuel Wilson, John J.Underwood, duly appreciated.The foreigners Another, riot at between Newark the Americans Md
do hurt to indit iduaIexcept as punishment for race being over, a number of Ladies New Jersey in
i and individual in the abroad, or at home. and ignorant against his own countrymen 0 Who retired and after of which
newspaper, every crimes. And even this exception only furnishesan a lapse some and Gentlemen repaired on board The Ilas- one man was killed, and the iVito "

Southern States,'Who have been heretofore Thus a sanguinary)'war is gotten up-not The man who could tUn his hand against instance of the fulfilment of the duty rcqnired minutes, returned,and through their Chair- : ler, another schooner belonging to the church gloriously torn to pieces. -

I suspected of a leaning Free Soil 8m, and to redress national grievances, but to bolster -,I his own people, in a strang and foreign from the government, by tho paramount interests man, Col. Jlclntosh,made the following report Coast Survey, where wine, and wit and after Street week fights and mob encounters Yeti

who have been regarded as being what an adventurer upon an usurped throne, land tcMv Inch they feJ as to a 1,1ac of society, in promoting its hPilies and welfare; : song, beguiled tho fleeting moments of the and Brooklyn in the last streets wf New'York

. Greely calls the nn'guar of L11ti-sJa"cr and prevent a distant shallow from approaching refuge, i is only Tit for treason, strata for crimes have a direct tendency to defeat the The undersigned,a Committee appointee passing tics of the hour ice, to cream say and nothing other of dainties.It the beau-.- preachings of the, angel summer GAbriel., under &Lo

. .at the Sooth,"rushing eagerly into the new to dim the glory of England.But I gems and spoils." purposes of government, and even to subvert it t report suitable roJutoD for the action is supposed that they received merited Such are their heroic deeds. not to mea0n \

., Order. Lit our people throughout the alas for England She has found But we arc not dipsc to pursue this Eut these rights and powers o the government, of this meeting, beg leave to submit the attention. | such trifles as the outrage on po* !

. hat the for successful with further have springing from its duty t promoto the happiness this of board Baptist, at tusvrorth, and the like-
meddling at
look around them, and sec if this is day subject present, as we paid following: During scene festivity on dtedi ;
euablo which
tho and thus it
Sut of people, accomplish challenge the
case. the affairs of the world has, in : measure, our respects for the week to the Order in t t /Jfiso/mZ.Tliat the construction of the tho Hasler, several other short races were of admiration and tu.plause '
Dt the end of lU institution, were wisely limited i made in all of which the "Little a Christian world.
In the next place,has not yet transpired. st-the Lion's tings have grown blunt another column, to which we would cal their cxeitue by express or implied provisions t Florida Rail-Road, in accordance with the took part up, and fully sustained the tvpnta I Nullification i

7 That i to b arranged in their secret con- with frequent use. Her Marlboroughs, the attention of the Republican. We would prevent the abuse of them, and t restrain and provisions of the. charter granted by the tion already earned. One of which, time The Boston In Slassachusetu. !

. dares. But, of course, it is t be a yielding and her Wellington's, no longr march like[ to convert you, neighbor, as well as confine them t the legitimate purposes of its rorm- General Assembly in 1852, is-or vital Sm will only allow me to notice. This was a ing : Courier of yesterday morn

to ati-slaver feeling. they are already triumphantly: upon the land Rodneys, others, from the ernr of your ways ; and I I ation. Now the government being thus couHitu dortancc to the interests of the State or scrub race between two boats, each manned On says Monday the Massachusetts
I ted tho with three and the "Little SeniU
by people themselves for their own benefit oars, Mary'carrying
prepared to yield this an 1 her Nelsons, no longer sweep the sex we arc not disposed to have a paper war Florida. passed to be engrossedvv debate
upon and
pint ,it would be manifestly and onlytwo. This was a beautifully
paradoxical rcpugnint -
low many others will they not b bonfires,illuminations and national rejoi with you, knowing, as we do, that your to every principle of iU institution, if it were 2 Resolced, That the construction of contested race, and increased interest was by a large bill majority the members present !

-pon. and to yield 1 cing no longer follow each despatch from heart is not in the cause, but that you invested with the power to injure and destroy indiuJuals the said Rail-Roadcommencing at Fernan manifested. because the oarsmen in the which a relating nullifies to personal liberty
practically the :
We woud age earnestly call the attention of Llooy feds of the Continent, and instead haTe been squeezed into your present position cxiept as before stated, where its dutyto dins, a point upon a tributary of the Atlantic principal race were to receive the winnings. jaw of Congress. The meaning fugitive ol the eta bill
As before stated the "Little
eur readers, particularly those who have of continual ovations to conquering by outside prsur. We appreciateour preserve itself, and to proinot. the happiness of ocean within the limits of the Stateof victor and it,was unpleasant Mary" wasthe I is, that no slave who has escaped from ItfI I
no sigh
teen seduced o entrapped into forming a heroes, curses upon their misfortunes to difficulties, and arc disposed to spare the: pIle, obliges it t prevent ant punish acts Florida, having :sufficient outlet t the to witness, the red lips and shining ivory of .1 vitude_shall be retuined until he baa pao f

connection with this new party, to reflect oren break from British lips. Alas, too: you. Our war is with the Order generallyand existence jrrjudikial; to society, and which render iU own ocean, to admit of the passage of sea the darkies, aa they stepped up to receive ed his through'luch reclamation forms of law- as shall make i'

. upon these facts, and to pause before it is for France! She has :Napoleon upon the its unconstitutianal: and lawless principles. precarious. steamers; thence, to continue in the most the purse. probably the a House nullity.of The bill will

. throne but she awaits in vain the gloriousnews Eut the power of unlimited taxation, or of iin- direction the State Upon the whole, the affair passed off pass Representatives
too late.u is the price of eligible through t and those who regret that MassathtuetU
Etraiglnc posing assessments and encumbrances on tho pleasantly and much to the flalisfrc .
property ,
!" from another ) or of the Gulf of Mexico very ia thus placed in the
Ebcrty vigilant Marengo AustcrJt some bay or tributary opposition to laws of 1
b Rail-Road Matters--Crops. > of persons, construct against tion of all parties. Even the losers, if any the
when the facts concealed front Jena. The fleets of the com powers, t fi-Ia. south and cast of the Suwance river Congress of the United StLtell have no
are The annexed remarks from the Rail- their consent and in defiance of their remonstrance there were, displayed no signs of mortih'ca hope except in the action of the Governor
. them ? Where the boasted stronger than: the Armada of old, have having a similar outlet to wit Cedar tion at defeat. I'
use of our road Journal contain a great deal of through the power of the majority of legal \'Cter : and his veto would be likely to be futile ia

. "Freedom o Speech? and Liberty wept the Baltic almost in vain-while a ruth: is not one of those mel rendered necessary: t Keys, is a strict compliance with the provisions Before concluding this hasty sketch injustice this instance, even if he should have th* i

tfie Press 1" i mall! town upon the Russian frontier,a it People who do not well appreciate our fulfil any of the duties imposed on the government, of the seventh section of said Act to the several gentlemen entrusted will and courage to interpose it. I
with the of the St. I would
NEW HAMPSHIRE K called has for months laughed condition, think we are ruining ourselves either to preserve itself, or to promote tho hippi-' 3. Resolved That the Florida Rail-Road survey ,
THE oWXOTmXGs.10 may 0 and in behalf of the citizens of our town ten- SR.tlil.IRDS COLONIZING FU 1
by expending employing ness and welfare the Xo such >
-' following are resolutions jiasscd by heir brilliant armies to scorn, and still $10,0,0 o Jplo. power Company having been organized and chartered der them appreciation of their laborsour -
th State of New 50,0 : upon our MS any legal existence in our polity,nor arises by correspondent of the New York Herald
Counci Hampshire, at a recognition of their kindness urbanity I
continues do
the and
t 8. Did we keep up a stnding army ) by Legislature, having under -
: meeting Tuesday, and necessary implication from any express provisionof and attention during their sojourn writing from HLnna says: !
ConcN for between the of at cost of above amongstus
Now contrast 100,000 men its charter its within
proposed route
Wednesday of a : a our constitution. No one will pMend that it klt is -
They are pub opDtions ; and while we Lid them farewell,would well known that Mr. Gomez on
would the
lished by vote of the Council,in the) of tho Allies in the sum lightest same cause persons for alarm. They see would irises from that provision of the oomt.tulion which the line laid down in section four of the fain hope for a renewal of their labors, alter a very large tract of land in Florida__anJJf

chester. ,Amcric which is the State organ those of the arms of'the United States in >n bably think it a good makes it obligatory on tho government to "en- Act of the General Assembly of 1851," : the heat of summer shall have past.-.- I[ am not mistaken, he was born some (,

of the Mexico.On Sow, if we keep an very equal num invcstmcnt r men aurage Internal Improvement, and t provide entitled" An act to provide for:icmCJUr- We most cordially wish them a safe returnto where in Florida himself including
'Wher there appear to exist in the fur a suitable application of such funds their friends, hoping at the same time'thlt an island several miles in extent, on the
) ( works which will
of tho.8th and OUi of May, 1840, D 'raployrd upon not only a may b age a liberal system of internal improvements jl
mind prtion the community some > moderately well on thtir! cost, but PI of American whom it ay I in this State have the
position of the American body troops, right and that M
: fact
mal Kjsitive Gomez has
doubt a te te which arc instrumental in adding every two it unquestionably conflcts with that provision of of a more tender character to bring : propono
party rr t slavery, and its cxten- would b useless to call an army, a Palo I or three years a sum equal to their cost to he constitution, which prohibits the Legislature, irivilcge of trcti THAT PABT. of the them Lack again to renew the pleasant associations to General Concha, whom he visits every

, i ion:over tertoriC therefore. .Alto and Resaca dc la Palm, encountered the aggregate value of the property of the from imposing any "other or greater amount of line embraced thir charter, on giving of the past. day, to get up an expedition la Kinney,"
&lResolrtd, ,Amcricn orniZ' and the result must be fur- notice the Trustees of their full In my ha>tc, I had nearly forgotten to in order to settle on his lands as emigrant
a well-appointed well-disciplinedenemy 4:ountry, certainly a tax than may for the t
tion constituted and b required nocesary cspenes
as existing acp give a minute of the distance run and going there for mining and other
unate one when the condition of this is you purpMes,
of four times their number and of government.If ance of tho last mentioned Act
not based idea alone nearly put ;
Jamphir i on one with that of foreign countries., time of the race: and by that means assemble ou the* utk-
. 1nt every principle that will hem to rout. This nucleus of an army, :This compared seems to us to be good reasoning.Ye .- it be a assessment for a specific purpose it 1 that the signification to the Trustees o Distance one mile. turn and back. era part of Florida some 12,000 or 15 000(

promote the political welfare of a free people. s\rcUe to a more respectable force by the arc confident it will found to agree Dually unconstitutional, and not warranted by he Board of Internal Improvement by thee St. linger-whale boat, 27 feet long, 6 faithful Spaniards. It is believed by tbt**

", -- .. cccssion of : few thousand raw volunteers with the fact. L any" color of riht g or of_ Doesitv'. _For__ i_it_ L Floril lt -Jtad Company,of their intentto oars, 16 minutes. in the secret that General Concha win
'Resoltcd. That the Declaration of In- '.The degree of improvement for the future taking or applying private property to public uses, Col. J. L. Hopkins-Little Mary, canoe, tab the proposition into consideration and
. moved into the enemy's country attacked construct the said road from Fernandina
the tones and deeds of the foun- has
t i oars 20 ftet 15 minutes.A sent a written memorandum famished
t Ipndctc will depend much the next it is doing no without a jojt compensation ,
very upon making
republic, all indicate that our a well-fortified city, defended by to a proper diverging point on the route to SPECTATOR. by Gomez himself; to the government itladrid.
To is turned. The icrefor; and the coercive and arbitrary extortion
forefathers intnde that should be twice their number, and carried it by as- crop. thisevery eye prs- to determined by the State Engineer ." -
sl\cr > for a abundant crop of one of of money from individuals, increase the capital Tampa b
sectional,: l&tion-temprl not rrlont sault. On the 22d and 23d of February, pct greatest staples was \. wllcat thanat lock of a Rai-Ra l a much t an application of and from said diverging point to LATER FROM EUROPE. Rail Road Amalgamation.

I RtlolredTbt ass partyjJcdgd 847- at Buena Vista,this anny, then num- the present moment Such seems to bethe private property t pnblic u e 3 th compulsoryand Cedar Cey,entitles them to all the benefits Arrival of the Baltic A meeting of committee*appointed in leuilf -

regard and watch plticJ the best interests bering only 5,40 fighting men, was attacked concurrent port from every part ofthe gratuitous surrender of th* right of way for it provided by the said Act o 1854. of the South Western and the Musco-
t The survived the winter NE\V You 18. The U. S. Mail Rail Roads to consider the
May gee
country. ;
. plant -
of the whole Union, and to labor by the Mexican Napoleon., at the : vcr private property would be, it i is presumed none 4. Resolced,1lia.t believing the construction project
and looks remarkably Steam Baltic COMSTOCK a consolidation of the stock and
admirably has
well Ship Capt. ; the mingetnent -
. -' fur it integrity and tho perpttuitywe solemnity head of ,OO of the best troops of Mexi-I I It i is now only about two months will dispute. Besides as an assessment U conflict of said road will b of material advantage arrived at her wharf in this city, from Liverpool of those companies was held it
of the Missouri with tho
protest against repeal directly fundamental of
the co. The result of the battle left the whole heat harvest will commence. Of course principles 0 t those who may reside adjacent tots which port she leon the 5th inst. Macon a;Jew days since.. We cndcntuod

Comprmi ,J\s Xebruubi of Northern Mexico in the hands of the I this crop will be subject to numerous I free g'crmeDt as it in a palpabl invasion of route, we recommend that right of General Intelllgeiiee. that the committee agreed quite unanimously
. '4 Fugitive la\a violating perils before that time, but fair to presume JOSQ natual rights and liberties,hiJi individuals th The latest dates from the Crimea ate to upon a basis of.union which will
vpirit of the Constitution, and tendingto United States. On Mach 12th, 1847, Gene I were never to surrender to the community way b granted free of charge. 4th
with so a start, there will be an required the inst. There is a daily telegraphic be> reported to a meeting of the fitockhoU-
institutions disunion and the destruction of the free rat Scott announced to the Secretary of. that crop. sod other important crops at large; which every man, therefore, still retains 5. Resolved, That tho opposition to the communication between London and the ore of tho two companies to be convened.n .
of the
'c country. War, that "the colors of the United States are not bufhciently ad\'ancct to enable us I tho free and unmolested enjoyment of; and construction of the Florida Rail-Road. by :. Ciimea, but the British Government is October or November. Should the proposed -

\ Rare consent: we never to the willnndcr admission any of were triumphantly planted ashore, in full to !pa of the prospect ZR reference to I. which it was the primary and thief ubj set in the the citizens of Hillaborough County and very cautious as to how the news tran- change receive the approval cftL

tlavcry into of the vic\vof the and castle of Vera formation government t to protect ando other manifested by the adoption of spires. stockholders an application will Le mado
portion city lan
territory h
) any CnZ"On The calls fcr money by our rail-road defend, namely, the o acquiring, possessing The fighting at Sebastopol has been most to the next Legislature for authority t(a
embraced in the compact of 182 and from the 29th of the same month, ho says: must certain intemperate resolutions, at a rnee- : and have been about the
uikh companies: though numerous, b and protecting private property. This u aright sanqu'iury, many prisoners bring desire COil i.JliJ Uiou.Tnr .
it then excluded
was mutual The flag of the United States of Americafloats much less for the present than the past the ting held at on the 4th \prl, 1855, taken. The allies have met with some
both the Northern and Southern guaranteed t ono by constitution; TamJ '
agreement every
States. triumphantly over the walla of thecity. year. During the pst year, the three and rendered nugatory the is prejudicial best interests of the success, having gained ground and taken Caops is EASTERN VIHCIXIA."Th
government caD
New York : Hudson River i i most of the Russian bat their Norfolk Herald yesterday morning :
; ro State of Florida and out-works say
"tResoleed That to commit and the castle of San Juan d' Ulloa. : great empcl men against consent to subscribe to to hinder
; any attempt Erie and Central were in die market for Lei position is believed to be worse than ever In all this section of the country ,wt
. party of New Hampshire the 18th of American evory lUil-Road, which the majority of legal and defer a work of great and manifest learn
th Amrc t On \prI, th ; Their wants have been sup- vo- indeed highly critical, as a Russian force that the crops are suffering for the
i nd\amcnt of the interest of slavery forces, consisting of 8,50 men, stormed pled$8,0,0., ad is no reason why, for the terl shall designate as fit and proper objects for public utility. exceeding 100.000 men U concentrated want of rain,which unless a merciful Prori-

. iI to ignorent as a pliticl question, or to enjoin le'hcightsof CIr Gordo,defended by 12000 ,-I Ith present year at least, they will be borrow- such compulsory assistance.If 6. Resolved, That this meeting entertains bout the place. The bombardment also dence should send it in time, the most delonblu -

J I silence upon regard to its evils ers. The IUO may be said of the roadsin the government has tho right, under the con- every confidence in the President and had greatly slackened since the 28th alt, > and disastrous consequences will
and encroachments, desn'e and shall receive men,taking 3,000prisoners, 5,000 std 1 the States of Ohio, Indiana and llllinois itution, compel men contribute one cent and had not produced the result expected be the result. We learn to-j, that the

S our cct ad disapprobation. of f arms, and 43 pieces of artmery.I I States which have beeu the gloat: theatre their moans t to construct t RailRoaddshe has per equaly Directors of the Florida lti-RoaJ Comp consequently there was nothing to warrantan i chinch bug is doing its destructive work in

On tho 20th of Ausst we find this or f rail-road construction for the past four the power compel them to surrender all they an earnestly recommends the spce- assault. Amelia, Charlotte,and other counties in tb

same army, after hvng pierced a year. During this prio nearly six Possess for that t purpose. For if the right exists ata1 dy construction of the work. Louis NAPOLEOS narrowly escaped assassination Southern section of the State, and also In

YTno are tbe Best Solder or the Day I inhospitable country,for hundreds rgcd, houscmd miles of have been [I it Lj unlimited its exercise, or only limited On motion of J. G. Bawls, Esq." \\hict on the 28th ult, two shots many of tho counties north of Richmond'
is but a few since, the idea in opened in these States alone-a mileagealmost i i laving been fired at him while riding on also suffering from the fly.
years seconded that the resolutions
in the of Mexico with by the discretion of the was ,
" I valley men, that of Great llritain. > legislature, or by the hos- a pro-
to It
45 equal horseback by an Italian exile, only
Europe was a general one, that tho Unite riving 7,000 of the enemy from strong may be easily imagined what a tremendous te and necessitous impulse! and remorseless preudiccs sented by the Committee, b adopted by motive for the attempt is said to have been RAILHOAD RIOT: IN VJRGI .-We learn

. State* of America, although great andproepcrous position of Contreras, and turning back effort must have been put forth to accom- of the majority of legal voters. No such this meeting. Pending which motion,Col. personal revenge. by a letter received in thucily yesterday,

in agriculture and commerce, some more in the immediate vicini--. push such results. These States are now authority was ever conferred on any frto govern IcQueen Mclntosh addressed the assembly, The King of Prussia is ill with fever- thAt last week a strike occurred among the
of view weak 12pO well with rail-roads and ment; and it never entered into the contemplation hands on the Lebanon Valley Railroad infused
was, in a military point andImbecile 4 88 pretty supplied in his usual clear and man- Lord John Russell and Is! Drouyn
-that we but a nation of ty-tkin prisoner generals, trill not call for Jar sums for the next oC those who assisted i tho formation of ours; nor comprehensive 'Lhuys> had returned from Vienna. county, which was the cause of a.
\r anl men and such defect exist in its ncr, in support of the resolutions-who was good; deal of fighting. Several houses were
nerJl1O capturing 2 bur years,except complete lines already can any organization. For The British Budget had passed both
traders a cultivators, incapable of aggression pic of ordnance, with thousands of I veil advanced,and for the enlargement and this is in fact conferring on it tho power impor- followed by CoL J. C. Pelot. That gentleman Houses of Parliament. burned in the vicinity, and the' stables ofMr.
and almost of defence. Ourpeaceful email Then followed the battles of improvement of old works. There have erich its citizens:t injure and destroy them for making some interesting remarks upon John II.Osborne,formerly SulJCrinwa.dent.
attributed to timidity. as constructed in Illinois within the z. New Post Offices established in at tho Richmond and Danville depot
policy \ ccn past the
the Internal
& purpose constructing Instead Bill
7hurubusco tho of Molino del fi-Road. Improvement passed atthe here
storming ; since 1. 1854. was burned destroying 3 horses and
four nearly 2.000 miles of rail-road. April
forbearance under instances of their friend and
and our many yer being protector tho last session of 3 mules.
I Iusd government Legislature.There Mr. Osborne's
Hey and and the whole is i During this these roads could be th Anderson's Holmes loss is estimated
considered an cuderw Cherultp pro or their own creation, would thus become thoir county. ,
V o contumely, was a of the Commanding only to extent. In the next' wont being no further discussion,the Re- Bay Port, Hernando county. "t S3, Richmond Dispatch.FIXE .
cro\e Co and For men be cffecually
Indeed may as -
conscious three they will return their originalcost oppressor. tho Committee and Resolutions Walton .
o wenu dated National Palace of yeas Donglassville county.Finkholloway
Geer injured by depriving them of property, prt o IN PXTKBSBCRGA fire occur-
among ourselves, there were many, who 18th, 1847, commencing in the saving effected in the transportation as by destroying their lives: tho robber th.i being as upon vote being taken, were carried,without : Madison county. curred in Petersburg last Thursday night
of the of the State.
1 onrvived that th military spirit of the follows: "\t the end of another products: much an enemy as the alin. An anomaly like a dissenting voice. Ilibcrnia, Duval county. by which ten valuable buildings. twelve

- f eotmtry vas nearly extinct, ad thai the series a of arduous and brilliant operation! A correspondent writing from ''atpli- thi never existed in any republican form of On motion of Dr. J. G. Dell, it was- Mossy Long Pond Grove Levy, Sumter county.county. stores and property valued at S15O,001ware
1 destroyed. The i
rtr from which sprang the heroes of of more than forty-eight hours continuance, so to the Philadelphia North ;overainent; and it would require strDeviceuo, Resolved, That tho papers of East and Orange Mills.St. Johns county. _the most destructive fire Express that has says occurred it ja.

and of our later struggle states that within few since t convince Floridians. that i existed in theirs. south Florida requested to publish these Piercevillc Ilernando county. '
t glorious army hoisted, on the morningof a very years, in Petersburg since 1818, the property
vnth Great Britain, bad nearly ceased to tbs the the colors of the the close 0 f the war with Mexico, from Indeed, the hole scfiemo of compulsory cootri- Providence, Columbia county burnt being of the most valuable kind,sod

exist. T plains of Texas, in a measure, States 1th walls of this palace." Unit being the most popular foreigners in Chili, Lotion,through the power of the majority of legal ptin. the meeting adjoore1 Pine Level, Sumter county. in the very heart of the business portioa

1 correct these impressions at voters, amounts t a species of legalized robbery, M. S. })ElUY, Chainan.J Sandy Ford, Madison county. ot the city._
Americans under the ban of _
"c.to the of a na- arc now sus- Columbia
" capital Rain Tustennufrge. county.
. TuB 1 little less injurious in its !, than that o. DON, Seretr.
home,; in Eurp the desperate de ( on, guarded by licion and meet with but little favor. The which direct violation consequences of law. V Volusia Orange county. EXCITEMENT ox THE FaosriEx.-Tbe

fence of the : ,te triumph of San Ja- rough, apbe"er passes, whoso ram- writer-says: agrarianism i i in its worst and most insidious I i practical form, FOE ins 1 HEWS.." St. Louis (Mo.) Minor, of the 11th
dnto, were looked upon a mere border parts were lined with hundreds of pieces "They (Americans) are now almost daily being sanctioned by law,and having illusory and Regatta. The U.OF S. Mail steamship DUNCAN Nashville) says: _
skirmishes and instances of individual assailed in the Gazette of and Mr. Editor: I is gratifying to know, A trust Jack-'
1 Valparaiso, deceitful justification, meritorious though unaU 1 worthy correspondent
of artillery, and defended by some 40,000 0 Capt. M. Berry, arrived at her wharf in .
that occasionally occur among any iiarged,with want of integrity, irrcligion, tamable public purpose, to commend it And its during times of great depression, that in Charleston about half-past seven o'clockon son county, writes that there is a' project
'a fell before tho consummate generalship ,
men, avarice and Wo are accused ofa almost few on foot in this and two or three '
It was like a meteor then injustice. are deprecated by all every community, a the, adjoining
Me* consequences &b good Monday evening, having made pas
o pplo and indomitable spirit of the Amen settled to annex Chili and 'all aunties to march of three.hundred ,
a or
purpose gang
the sky and men because, amODt other eJect it rouses into pints" may b found who refuse to yield sage to the Bar in the short space of fifty ,
i ligbti soldier. the republics of South And to display men over to Laurence City tb*
can Amerc
activity the passions of human nature to the lours. Among the names of her
th. darkocsa of in wort by gloomy superior to passeu-
rs of the
th bacns our flag every rong-hold antHluerylettlenU&
Contrast this campaign of a few months pak affording an opportunity for tho malevolent and darkness of the hour and for brief cers, says the Courier, we are gratified to office

Mexican war developed States of the Andes between the equator and a period Kansas-,and destroyed the presses and
Unie with the of the Allies and Cap mischievous of that of observe that of our gallant fellow-citizen
operations display, feeling and
1- of America in their true as one ten torn. The overtures not long since envy at least, strive to inculcate the doc- of those abolition papers published
psiton. nee the reason why London Times of accredited for hatred, with which necessitous indolence always Captain Duncan N. Ingraham, of Keats there. The editor of has threatened
of th i by one our displomatists, trine embraced in the old adage, "Live one *
first of the lie has returned to Charleston
I ctb powers tb willing the Americans shoW them lie purchase of tho Gallinagos Islands and rr the stores which industry and economy memory. if his office hi assailed, to blow himself;
&od while This sentiment was after absence three and in the
an of
home ceasad laugh Ok have accumulated. you may. forcibly years,
th- t how to take Scbastopol. the right to navigate the tributaries the I meantime the whole civilized world has kmily and enemies into the air togs.thiby
.tt pomp a pageantry of the military Amazon; which arise in the Equator, areconstruedintoirefragible verified in our little community, in N and touching off some kegs of gnnpOV **"

display of oar citizen soldiery a t mere z. We understand tt a the rc- proof of the gras- A breach of promise case was recently he getting up of the Uegt.t a few dayssincethe manly been made conduct acquainted. at with his and fearless we feel which he has stored away in'the building,

of Hon. D. Ben ping disposition of the government, tried at Lyons. Wayne county, New first that h the waters Smyrna for such a contingency. The powder'ar*'
force Abroad world whic graced from all
r ,Cal by' ply. quest L Captain York. The plaintiff was C. Scrvoss assured that he will meet a warm bat
to seize Nancy rangement is all
perhaps ,
leedsonlya gammon
pretext upon of the St. Johns in the
renowned generals, some of whom had BTMAV, of tho Navy, acting pnder orders country by for arms Indeed there and the dcndt Wills Kely. A verdictwas immediate vicinity and generous welcome., the pro-slavery men endeavor to carry 0*,

fagb under,or coped with the gt Napoleon from the Superintendent of the Coast Surey. seem t bo some ground for the not!ionthat given jury in of the plain of Jacksonville, within the memory of the' MB. BCCHASAX Letters have been ..received their design, it will result in some fIt 7?
,were bin to amtt that, i i now engaged making a reconnoi- we al overrun and conquer these coun- 'iff for $3,50. oldest inhabitant. from Mr? Buchanan,in which he says serious mischief. They seem determined!,

I. and valor, the.ia of wbt ger&ip sauce of the Harbor of Tampa and Chair- tri. But it will not be by the exerC Last Tuesday. at 1 o'clock, A. M., was he shall leave,his jnission! ut the last of however to serve the papers there as tb 7* .
in the Parkville *
wilderness &
i physical strength ai a ntionJ; put J 3CTuE ONLY ror/NTAiN the day and hour selected for trial September and travel in,' Europe,for sometime did tha Luminary- -with a
or ,
tame and .
bad regarded a our spiritless ixpubHc lott Jlubr. trough the influence of moral or intellectual of life where man drinks of water totally a or before returning to the United States. mary wetting. down."
A QouI4 not wtll, be surpassed; of tho unixeds'itbbitterneeS, is that which peed a whale boat, attached t
an :rhe r Corp power.
U 'Flord for him in the calm.and the United States' Hair Restorative. "
thceos ousneu on part Europe gushes shady re- SurveyIng S hone PosrOrriCK KOBBUHIBS.-The New Orleans -
tb have
( that posacssad two million of o bayonets to AKBIVAL OP PHODUCK AND DECLIXE IN eess of domfstie life. That is sweet ide I Guthrie, and a co belonging l 'to ur (el- ,True Delta states that during the administration -. The twoliarts (by ineasure'ot the b'
wo. loo of thirty-two xnilct of the road ORLEAKS. the Jut where is to be found We answer,"like I olive oil, add one of spirits .Qf,wine
AT-New Arnong Postmaster.Ken
'LOCK arrivals ow-citizen 'Col. I": y."Gunue; of. ,Jef-1 i
.u conquered .on th fld of 1Cxic. from Fernanda*,',*nd thY are now New,Orleans Friday angel vi it-few'and far between!" csJ cled"e.. crs containing money ,to" the ,amount',of good rum; but UVU* jnto, a bottle,..1D
IaryP--.tbaforjnee i "
Pruc' .
I 1 U mon t tba h .,third piJEvatorj' in exammingjho. g at u wo ( of corn; 8,49bbls. of true, 'ti is pity_ tholatterfour.Quiteeffy.' carrying, ,'. igbty thousand dollars have been abstract abako'them well together; WILtS titian *?

peaceful CUJtlva o the soil I. eng_ flour 6. 3 sacks of oata; .withpork. beef, ed from,the Post Office,of that dty.. the head welt morning and evening':W**
in cheese other article \ May 82.: hi :morning-our; little the first fortnight U should le well! r'
acon 'and.many 'th
,with > i '
jutdjroccee&ful persait, commerce : oft*
I rapid It reported 'thai a too u U ex-Presl- t own. assumed-an, rpearance-of Hf 'and : Locnsfc, :'which 'seem, disposed to dc- with a piece! of.flannel into the parts sre'hc
increase of 1kIC n.nmras outaverlr says t I rmtrin'ticity'tt \ ,
time ,
: xipuhU&xzsn4stealth affected that .
eonaequcnt. : that. comes.ia their path most J j" after
, out on tho.Mexican ia ; ', how sour ever; thing
receipts -dtnt animation which .for ,
menbo ln hair
It was shown, that with that a4vac ryolut 1 bk that 1500 rollers beIng' Cttn: ''of'- states n oflfcr,tho mediation_ ioine'timepaztithas haw made their.appearano)in Pike county most be taken noi to injure the YORng

of wealth and population, all the elo- otbe.Uo Ocn Gmdead Caravojal bad crossed that flour i81bt ha, at least one Eurp.wi between the -Allies ad'C th th: been quite strangetv"Bets, b variouscommediUesfroin 5ai .They are also,,reported in Yorkvllla by a too'io1 nt application- of the JC'tv

barrel. Mint Julep to a Bas- Carolina. tive.
half Russians. S.
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Flartca BallnaA Company. Bloody Scene In the Principalities.A Savannah, Albany and Gulf ItaU-Roa4 1 : :

JU a nutter pertinent; to the discussions private letter gives the following account Pursuant adjonnment a meeting or COMMIIECIAL.r. .:. & TJMlNUS

the of Rail-Brads of the wrong and massacre in Krajo- Stockholders of the Savannah Albany May 29. HATE tastnn.aftivaiscnatasmanaitviK* :
of the day upon subject CJLSlt, UM following ankks.via:. II:
and Gulf Ilailroad For LOG COTTON oi3
Company was held' at a good demand exista.ad 3 _
It has been announced
in the SLatE, we copy from the Repvlli va. already h. the Exchange Long Jloom. yesterday fall price* are exacted and obtained by ecQen; GROCERIES AND PBOVI8IOX9* .r1

*t the 27th October. 1853 the address telegraph. at 12 o'clock Mayor Andersn .the Chair, bit yen. bowerer find it diffienU to smpply thai, Floor UrrtU katf belftli. intaj Mri i f I
can wants, as the itocks u becoming daily maze bdi ; ItMten Lard il nwj femiSUMi JI.acbhIa 1. I
Florida An Austrian officer the llth March and Wm. Battersby .
the President of the on Esq, as Secretary.Dr. .- C
Bade by termS and nd 11ft; 5 HJu Cte. -, tsfeb Dairn La "' .
r.ai1Comrany to the Board of Directors -, saw at a window a lady whose beauty At- Scre\en President of the Company, CORN-Tbe exact price act baring transpired, tuc and,Mrter tonm L'nufcJy Cbtntxt a.

It traded him and he forthwith entered the presented his second Annual Report,,whic we quota tU3a$120 ai the reported. range br. I late LeoetFjrrapi Coff.RioOU Gavnava '$I.
at their first business meeting. house and demanded admittance to her was accompanied by the reports! of the mor. Witshlnglpl Stores. and KoJia, tea. Uotriig; 6m PwrOer S5lL .

was puUiJieJ at the time in all the papers apartmentThe lady called for assistanceto Chief Engineer, Mr. E. L ileriott.. and the FLOUR HoWers are asking fioni 9111-4 a 11 THDf 111apr..Crashed Col'. r.rtD Lie t
1-2. quality and terms. and New CrU n t CtyPas A" i-i>ri Star' Ji
files of Mr. per 4.
believe but .the expel the intruder. Her husband came Charles Grant. These docuraentu -
of the State. we ; RICE The week's traiwactiooi show a or Sperm; n.riO Syrup :ow Orleans )101&-1 h rP
our in which it wa contained, were and addressed the Austrian, but too chilly which were rrad to the meeting, price from as I.:a i6 1-2. range. New & Summer Goods Segars, from_efc> WI per tbowmi4( T. .,,.

paper the at fire and we have 1 : aWlut do J"OUTant here ? I do not exhibit the present conditon and prospect BACOX-Our quotitioos for Skies are 110 a 10 Spring VIrginia, Fig.Zongb.32e.dy.. y.. Zu. a. '

destroyed in pit: j know you. You are not billeted in mjhou of the work in a most satisfactory and encouraging 1-4,for Sboalden a 9 M,and which,fur whula- Pickles 1 gal., l.lpLaDr I.dgaL Jalll $.ap.. 5,,"'.
.laired to present it again,(or convenience e. and the lady you are insulting is my aspectS sale tnuuaaio&s are but Mla prices. ColS eS :.. 1. Pate. C lIe uJ T tbCWor.eotcr ..

of reference as well lilf on account of tbegeneral wife." Without a word,the Austrian drew From the report and accompaning doc ntT 2'OTTO
interest of the *ul je t:- his swonl and stabbed the husband to the nments the Courier learns that there y The demand yesterday asaJD'nsinil Cloves Mace Starch &U ratM, Cook. .

A mectm of the I* ird of Director of heart Much excitement eD ued. Someof are now engaged on the road between Savannah market about footed nuun, aud the wiles at the close at the tag StaIn Table:.P&tt, awtL. 4. IVwdtr 1-4. l ,

tI.eIorida; Rail Read Corajianr was the bystanders went to lodge a forma! and the west bank of the Altamaha dulL The transactions near 2,200 range bale from, prices 83dali.SAvAxasu trw.and BURTON & GRAVES.I 1-2 fctp, azu!raurfen.IJqnorii ]

fccld at JacVs
inst.. atwbirh the lion. D. I- Vuteei whobid intelligence to the Turkish Commandantat Co out undue haste the work will go on so as SEA L.Thre bas been a fair demand No. 3 Sammis' Block, Bay street, Jacksonville, Florida.THE Brandy Old OUnl maj 0 gMe ittted "1d. S"'t

at a previous meeting of : Kulak. who l lost no time in sending to secure the completion of a first class for this quality of Cotton but In 01 SCBSCIIIEER5: have just receivisl a general ortneet of DRY GOODS, at their new store, Muoungabela, OU I'anily Rye and 014 :

elected President. |*cn A crowd the principle of" & and >i- ReIlI., and invite the attention of the Public to aaelimination lUUod u.11"ale. Wines Cl *e,'Ifoktesv
.il1l founJ in another colainn.Among of cavalry andartillery. proceeded ha, (52 1.4 miles.) with the cars running about 3: 0 bale, at extreme ranging from 11 a rrnJUs ?ui ', iap .
which of their Stock before In it win found the with Tort CLaret lUll }
be Tcocrifft
elscwLcre. Sherry Italafat
to the Austrian General to demandthe it early in the 1857. The whole 30 cents; the former figure for an :a.enor quality, purchasing fbUoviaf aaany
reflations upon
other adujited year other ankle
by too numerous to mention: Champagne Cider,Ale aDd lorttr. !
of the offender. The Gencral's1'1Iy l ceiptsoftlijnt 'k 222 bales. Exports 1,186 ;
HalosBICE. : = Paints aid Uibi. 'I
was brief but to the point: uGo to for twelve miles is ISYGinghams IgffILPrints Paints-White Lead Ka land at Ckat
copr or the foIUtriap : [ nearly] com .-TLe transactions during the past week! : : pure,
"Ke,,>'rfd, Ttiat the Directors of the the devil I wou't punish" my soldiers for pleted. As is known to our readers, the hare been couCaJed altogether to tbe retail trade. Checks.Rarcgcs. Linens, lesion prices; Frown Li, a pure article; OC, '

Fl.truU; I ilaUroaJ C'lmjuny do nut con iJer such fellows as you This brutal reply Company, with the approval of the City The stock on sale is \cry light. Exports of the Jackonets, Grenadines, I Gro De Kino Sills, Linseed Salad pena Hardware, \VTtol aDd Lard. .
roused the ndignation of the people. All week, 15 caKs.COIOf .
this chirter Council, have determined on an early Florence Silk.
twHoad! contemplated by aa purchase Illusion Cambric. Bobinets AxLe.-erett', CuUiu and Brufli Ames'Shovels
the were closed and the citizens assembled .-The market is almost entirety bare of .14
stores of iron for the of the
interestsvould cuiifiict with portion road Lawns Muslins DeLaincs and Garden .PUater
Spade Rakes
ruute WItOSC in the streets crying "death to the he article, and prices have adtaured. There b a : Crape, ; 1.
those of a ma-J runn-njr: tlin! >uhtlie, State now umlcrcontrnct. good demand. We quote in lots at SI.40 a *1 50 Cravats Hosiery, Spool Cotton Cords, 1 UoesNus.2aanddComMilIsSawsCsoe.Cat.
from the Atlantic Ocian to IVnsaec.la but Austriaus! they Are but one against four! uThe alignment of the road is remarkable per tu.'hcl, at retail; in small lets a higher price I Grass Skirts, Oanaburirlis, Brown Sheeting, Bleached Sheeting, Team and IjlanJ Trace Otaim Wlh "

on the cuutrr\. they U-In-ve that the in- We won't submit to lie slaughtered like fur the absence of curves there being one has to be paid. There have Wn no cargu arrivals Ticking, Plaids Stripes, Dnlls, Chains; Dd.tt6lllefl. Tro et', Avgen, Pauses q..
Wrenches PU, Ovens UrkUW Fry Paae,8j>
the poople of Bucharest! stretch of miles of since our last
tcrv.U of com nercc and the local iutercsU fifty-one perfectly report. Musquito Nets, Ribbons, Braids, '. Slaving. I Webbing den Ovens, ilufie, Bakers Itouks sad JIi gW, :"
demand both A general riot ensued, and the citizens straight line. Another important fact is FLOUR--The market is well supplied with this Whale Bone '
of the State iinperatnely .rtk.le. The demand it moderate. We have Hooks and Eyes, Edging InsertingLadies' Men'ri Shirts lung Nails Ilazpt and Staples, Shingling UsScb.etsC..U.Uammezi,3Ianihl.&lilape,3tIanhl.4
armed with sticks iron bars and at-
axes the entire absence of
mile of the These
n>ads. and that near seventy tacked and death Austrian high grades. card of no large sales. We quote Georgia,North Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, 4c &c.RThffTh .' ;.
of the road put every facts will enable the faxh. .
Atlantic or eastern end might cars to ran at greatspeed Carolina and Xenneseee brands at all a $l1 50( f.
and tliouIJ be made common to the to. they met. The Austrians. on their side. at a very moderate cost for wear and per bt.L MI K HBIST Saddlery.
turned out and attacked the people killing SaJJlc*-Jleikin, Kcntnckv paD sad WaRon t.'t
the of the construction tear and repairs. The alignment and
M&y 21.
thus saving expense gradients '
Black Silk Gaiters Men's Collars Soot and bog SkiD J Padded :0:
4 in the first At this Congress Fine Boots, ; Kip .
forty charge.
of two nearly parallel) NailS terminating persons are believed to be more favorable COTTON,-Tlie market rnntinnos firm and price u Colored Ties --.- K 11-urnoa, Green Ilauaea; UIIixl Bridles, Cart Saddled f iJ
w.tli; this view juncture the national gens d'armes.,and the than other road in the Union." .
at tlw ionIC ]J"int11,1 ou any ; in favor of sellers. The sales yesterday were c and Ireecl ;.
Fine Kid
the IVard invite the o*- . thc Cv'iitrjl bail lload ComJJJrtst I and, after a fierce fight, drove them at the Ken ORLEANS May 22. Slippers, Cvweb sal Orwr oi DeoinM TVk- q .
puxl'Tsof road the highest grade i ia thirty-one feet fc i
Goat Buskins., Enameled and Fancy Shoes ins Sbirtingj and Clarice Stripe Florida '- 4
point of the bayonet out of the city where ;
On Mon Cotton
the market remained
1J:1t to the mile, and what i is perhaps the case <1iy un I' II Kid ;. Cloth Gaitersu tory Thread. ".
hey yet remain encamped in the fields 10 3-3 10 -- tipped
hanged. Middling a cent Corn I
on no oilier road in the couutry, twenty- K Kid Tics Congress Gaiters Wood Ware .1 e. J '
r"ln. # 1. YiJrf the Official statements return 247 killed, on was active at 81 Oj per boabeLFLOUIt Lasting ,
*f before two miles are on a lc\el. Thus it wiil be Enameled Boots c Letber Docket. Painted; Tube Cedar and Painted '
( Hircclon nf the Florida both sides. The excitement continues.and -Market heuy. Sales 539 and 300 tipped Well Buckets,Vail Boxes Nests; Bnube,Scnb I.
*rtin% seen that from the of the
straightness bbl,., superfine St Luuu, ut 910, and 100 extra at blisses' Parodi Loots Youth
the Bropns, .
RailriMi"Coatjxitiy.Oi.Ti.mE citizens have not re-opened their Shoe, IL no and White \\"l.Ib. Eroomi Wire. '
:: track the absence of and the ill.S1.
curves light Boys Shoes Ie cab Brogans.IS.TI Hearth and bnat and wire AsHelves .1J
demand about Wisp; Soiree
It ptorcs. They justice and are 1
\ :- was your pleasure, Ltd send rrades the greatest practicable speed maye NEW TOEK, May 22. Childrcns1 Shoes, a large Stock, &. &. Matches, Bed Cords, Plough Line, =
held IMrectors of to a deputation to Constantinople toacek J
tiM MeetUSjr you as obtained the road with than .
on more The New York Cotton market: continues firm.- : Clothe Pin, Table Matt.HARTR1IXJE
the t'lfl1pxI} i'i which we are asscciated.! it from the Sultan. orJinarii cty as well as economy in work- Flour M higher and Ohio commands 10.12 1-2 a MiffA EIFS A TIMAXUS expect to keep a .

tj app "ut toe to sen as the President of ng. 110.311 2 cents loer LI,!. Corn rules at ,1.U. supply of the abvre art. .lwajuo band u4 .
Later from Haiaua.By good aaortm ent comprising cf MEXSL LEGI10BN, PANAMA, ETn..nv. PALM
will Doale and at low rate
supply Planters M
lU.ird. I.10 bUohoL ; '
mr The President submits tl-e history ol let
the arrival of the steam Cahaw- LEAF, WOOL FELT and WIDE AWAKE hATS aa they can Le obtained ia Charleston or Savan .
andnill devote
I accept the trust, my the negotiations between the Company and together with Childrens Hats and Bloomers. nah with freight ad Jed. 1
Torts un-lcr our direction and o>un.. I bs at New York we have Havana dates to the Committee of the jtcople Thom.is and The Floor market to-day was quiet, and not Jacksonville, Fla, May 5, 1335. i ..

to the dati Ole- OleJ'NJUvti1' purpj ca of he 12th instant The Times says : I jowndes counties in regai d to a contiec- much dupuMtHtn. to operate. No sales reported onliango Hj.n .Jill' lift. Y- %'t'torida Republican copy.NOTICE.. } .
The adrice the Baltic hare
We hate nothing of much i importance European by ,"
tint tf"iuiwju.The. we have Iln.'rUkl'n. derive to report from Havana. It was generally ion of Thomasville and Savannah without yet Iud no effect. jlJen were asking 110.811-2 A well selected stock, suitable to the demand of the market. .1
enterprise : comment. lIe states that in carrying it without being aUe to find The recent
'cnu iul W1Cflt from the circumstance believeltlat! the United States Gulf squadron Ion it was done with a view to accomplish raiDs have a tendency to chuck purchasers.tbe upward teu- '" .".gJfWm. "IT f ANTED immediately at the Orange Springs 1 +

that in ace uij>iunnz! the object I of! the.ntInny. would soon return to lIam.'JlIc the Settled policy of the Company-to glue nutirithsUmimg: pritrs have advanced on aw V, i Hotel a good competent housekeeper| ,

..,. a great public OjJ will beachicn't Princeton and Jamestown were cruising "he road such a direction towards Florida i the other idc. Xu transactions in City Mills. The HOLLOW WARE, RAZORS, SCIS50R?, COFFEE BUTTS, HOURS 4 STAPLES, SPADES, AXES Also a good Pastry CnoL LL : .
otf the CfJL. t. Commodore McCauley was I highest; ea.h price offered on 'Change was 810 andiSUOC '
&would mot unite the people of Southern 62 1-2. SHOT LED DRAVTIXU KNIVES KNIVES, COTTON CARDS, BELLOWS J J. DICKINSON 'i .
The prcwait om mcrc'.al isolation of Florida at Key W l'st. Georgia, and pubservc the commercial wants RICE-Small inpply. We quote 63-ft51-2 KNIVES, FORKS and CARVERS, HOOKS and HINGES, May 12-3t Prypvietor. '.

resulting from a jiccuhar ge&>jra{>liical A rumor prevailed at Havana that Gen. of that section. It appears from the history cents Jocr Ih. Stock very light. A sale! of 6 tierces I5RCSUES,SK>OXSCHAIXS, WINDOW STOPS, AUGERS. 0 .

location i* the chief embarrassment to our Concha would pardon Mr. Felix. given that a difference opinion haying t5S-Scf>erlb. hOPE TACKS BOLTS, SAWS, SQUARES, thoPe-linin:MOTICC. : .
i1ere1u.uant and if The organization arming and drilling of LOCKS PERCUS. RULES, CARPEX- ALL ; any claim against the un-
|>ro rr N ui ; we were occurred between the Company and theommittee. SIGN CAPS, TEIVS SASh Ri nod will please present them at once, .

rvjuirtU to await the lI:1tuml"th of our the colored population of Cuba still con- / in regard to the conditions of DIED, PLAINS, COUOE3, POCKEt KNIVES TOOLS,CHISELS,TAP EOHEK5 and thoee indebted to the firm by Look atcumni ,
internal :4 ltb. and tin of local tinues. the will settle the same a*won as poHible.J5ELLCIIA3EE J
prepare connection between Thomasville and ON the 25th iust., ZELIA ANN, aged 5 month Sl'lUXGLAXCE3, NAILS, .. &c.ALio please
exigency: 'before tablisljtiitnt! the means Yucatan Indians continue to be intro- Savannah, a ] orsonal conference was sug- an-i 15 day. dan:sUr of William and Camilla WOOD-WARE, inch aa BUCKETS I BROOMS PAILS, AXE UEtVES, ic, .t }"L Ea.A.'i. 'f i.

.>f a clJ-tr cuntil-tion w lib the ixst of the nccd into Cuba with the consent of the gested by the President which wad declined Grothe,of this place. BOOKS AND STATIONERY- 31ay12,1S85'-t! ,. .

State*,our |rojrnssi woiiJJ continue to becoznsrativtiy Mexican authorities. Xearly 3Xi were by the Committee in consequence of Enveloped in aa Angle's form Blank Books, Fools Cap ant Letter Taper Pencils, Wafers, ,!'eo Sealing Wa, with k. selection FOR SAlE TO ( LOgC A CONCERS. "
2 lu1ollut the iicccssit.ei landed at Havana on the 11th lust, and their hat ing received information that the AnJ Angels virtue lay, School Books, SUnJarJ Works, and light rojJms- JIACniXEKT for CarpeaUn .
I Itlt the AtUiitk old uunder a contract made previous to So won did heaven anert hu claim VALUABLE
4 intercourse ween and ;!ruanvickroad had p.". eJ into new hands work of ertry dowriptiua radl 4
\\ A assortment Family Grocone, Hams, Bacon, Pork, Lard Beef, Tongues, Mackerel, Potatoes
by force.The machines,will work 8 inches wide (3 feiea.) Power ; ,
the chaiintU f iiitcrcoaimuuioilA away ---- --- --
Dl : t11.11L'ai"n "b Committee considered that a j>ersonal concnuce Deans, Fljur Bread Crackers, .e., ..
.i ; and a trau-.it iwad. acro.the governor of Sagua 1 la Grande has could not now lead to any result JIOKTICE, Powor LOURIXU, for heavy cr lips : .
wori- cimple. SCROLL :
IVaiUMiLa i : of Florida iuut., iV .ia gvigrajihi- ieeii Havana restored to his jtost. unlc.- this nev.' Company were also jeprelitcd. OF EVERY DESCIIIPTIOX, Fine Old Brandy, New Whl y, Bourbonn \rhi-key. K ctlficd and WhJicy, Champagne, Also, very fine 20 bone MIINE-uesdy ;
cal th-ceeMtj. be rcLcd upon tll furnish one continues perfectly healthy .- JleDereud ft lIMa
For sale by, M. 1'. BRO1VX Madeira and Port Wines S.bnspps, .tc. ic. new, built by Cameron | f
of the cuiixunieat a\i-uuci for ths: inter- and business active for the season. The President states that the result ofthis \ IT 26-6iu 196 rearlItreetew York FANCY GOODS. Two 30 feet BOILEKS and FURNACES template 1 -

oour-c. O. ce constructed. Florida, frwniLeug negotiation will be a cause for regret Nail and Hair Brushes with fire bars, ic.ACT I
Jf S The Wanderer of Vienna relates Perfumery, Soaps, Tooth Dressing Combs LookingGlaaet.le.The information will be given by ad.
l lited will bccunic ccntrul Fort Gaines gladly
li. > a llilltill while .
to of our C'tizeu to olhttis itwill Accademy Lottery.Ly Itfarth It--
many above which enumerates but comparatively few articles of oar present Stock we offer to attract dre the thoroughfare of trade and travel ; the following anecdote: be a matter of indifference for the reason the attention of the Public, tinctiag that thusc who mal be induced to call cpua us by it Till hare 17-41 Chvlerton.S.C.

and a Hew stream of imputation: and wealth faA Jewish banker, of Frankfort, while that the latter, among whom are many ? of the State of Georgia.On 0't reason to regret the tame. april 23 .

rill \vcH the tide of our then rapid course proceeding to Vienna by railway nut long four best citizen, consider it premature NOTICC. : -

to matunty.FortuuaUly.. since, fell into conversation with a gentleman to make present arrangements L.cli; would the very popalar plan of the ALL persons are hereby forewarned aga int 1
lId cou-ununati in of who in nllucncc the d.rcctioii of the mad LIST OF BETTERS RCMAIVIXG D demand due HenJrkks Chess la -
mayl cry pleading manners was beyond OL'TIICllN' 3IILITARYACCADDMY I in I&CUonvilIlt the 15tl NEW ARRIVAL
the Post Office on Thomas J. Ucndncks, u he is not authorized t* 4
eTj".reoJ without diminishing: the irnjtorUMxaui the same carnage with him,and so delighted the ,AJtam : The President still entertains WJTTEllV.AT ltIO\GOIEnU.\la. May 1555. cetUe the business alone, as there has been as di*. f

value of oilier routca jipjiH-'toil was the banker with his new acquaintance the hope that the policy of the cuaqiain' MALUEL SWAN Manager A LaUlaw.Mr. BY SCHOONER WENTHWORTU.HE. solution of the cotiartneibhirx f

with \tL-w to meet the tame miiHixial that he offered to give him a letterof above indicated will be successfully! cairied Alexander F. A. M n.. CLARK his just received an May 5-3t" JAMES H. CHESS. '
nect'ty; ; fur if ail the routes 11"'IIOocJ in recomuendation to his daughter, who out. J. F. AWTREY, General Agent of the above .\. Francis Morse, L. D. assortment of XV43ULY CEOCERIES
at vaunih
Lottery would lLI1Doa that
tin1 aii'i our ffe.tvrbtaU.-c.. wire .l..lw..cJ. will married Vienna and be The has abstained from Archer, Capt. J. J. McKinncy, John eomprigiag House Sign, Ornamental Palatine t.
"at in might Company com- he has 6j>ene
they w.ulti. ci.li Us iuu.uciiul to aavrortLe I 0:f .er,ice to him. The gentleman Lt1U1kI I utting itself to any spcc.fic I Inc; of connec tatyton and Bull streets where he is daily distril'otinij Bryant George Montgomery, Wuh. Coffee i Crashed; I of various brand, TIlE subscriber,beingnow ponnancntly located, .j.; ,

c' n'-iaiiiij. ucrca.ont: : nia.iJa of trade e.] !rin: and with a smile, said, 'I also have j tionnth Florida but have under couside-i prize tickets among hi! Dmncroui corrcspooJeoU Bellows Mrs. MariaiinaM, \7,, L. Stewart's SYRUP SPERM OIL his services to the citizens of Jaekaon t
The ovtrctx/wtM-d busiDeMof I and patron, The priii must be drawn Greet A Black ELEPHANT YUle, in the above branches and Njiciui a aha r ,.
sod !
IhIerroure. one of my daughters married at Vienna. ration, ht, a seaboard line cj.lcnd.ng; Dunn, Stephen McBride henry TEAS OIL 1-
the wultiI: -li aruLcial ways tcruuuatiu an,1 she Las made a very tolerable match. through AVatnestillc to St. Mary s 2nd Fernandina by some tine The ant fallowiuj when Li drawn the are paid withoutdtKOdnt Bush, Allen Marry, Mr*. JaneBracbJ.u Rio& Java COFFEE I LINSEED OIL natroMse.Is.1'Gnding., JAMFS Graining,IIARK5ESS Bronzing Le. : )
Dr. A. F. McFall FLUID '
ou L keLi.e, i trouply I said the banker to 2d connection with the Pcnsa-
iIIusLn.I I Tray may presume, ; ,a GRAND SCHEDULE FOR JUNE. arnam, N. K. Miion, John IDol NUTMEG ALCOHOL executed with DCWlC8 and dupUch. .
we of this \iew; for the Gulf of ask the name of her husband' is the cola and Georgia iJru-.lJ. east or west of CLASS Srickhoue, S. L. Men, William 3 Sperm Adamantine and While"'iDe VINEGAR ApriL- '. :? :

it a more c\ut.ei\e basin of supply than Emperor of Austria,' was the answer, the the Alapaha; 3d, a line of connection with 2. Bngllou DccnUarfield Martin, Edwin Tallow CANDLEL Cider t j

the LaVea. WLac: then w c laudably exert I gentleman being 1'nncc Maximilian of Bavaria. Tallahassee, cither direct or via Thomas- To be drawn Jose 13th in the City of Atlanta.Ga.WnCS S. L. N CONFECTIONARY, CORDIALS, MIL.IXDRV.TKSnATiK ..'

our cntr;ie* to open the avenue we pro"if. ." rule; 4th, a line to the junction of the : PRIZES AVOUTTISG TO Brown, IIn.Thi ta Nelson, ML Mary Colgate'i No. 1 SOAP Assorted PRESERVES, ]\// ESS, having located in Jackass J .

] wv may Ileartill h success to all Flint and Chatlahoochic r.crs.' 3 1) 000 BraekettC.N. 0 RAISINS, FIGS, LEMON SYRUP, IVi villa, FUL would respectfully bform U* t'

uLtr euu.Ur cuttrpn :. which accomtno- LNCE\ED AGAINST THE AIUSTOCL ICY.- The President in alluding to the line to WiU be distributed according to the Ml 1l"iI; C 0 lea, John A. MACCARONI SCOTCH ALE.OLIVE ladles thereof and surronadmj country that file f i
MAGNIFICENT SCHEME! Clark, James T. 04*ra, John OIL LONDON PORTER will be happy to receire any orders in her lInes t.
dating tLe :an.c comnicicial will aidus The people and England axe incensed that in the deflection of the
want press Albany states J 7And remember Prize drawn at each Crane. Horace U. Ogle L. D. CHOCOLATE, YEAST rOWDERS, that may be entrusted to her. Residence on Ifate
tu dmw ii. thr"iugl. our .uLcru section against the aristocracy. The followingis road to reach the Doctor Town crossing or Drawing, and i-aid when every due WITHOUT DISCOUNT. Ihapin Lewis P POWDER. Sll T AND LFAD. roe street adjoining the Presbyterian Church. .

ot the I uion. a' chare of the concil extract from a resolution offered in the Altamaha. only four miles of d.stance Cain Dempsey Price,J. K. VINE? AND LIQUORii. \ T K. B- Ladies, and Misses bonnets gealle '

ia; kin.amf U'catcrn commeixe.caU an are lost and that the importance of that 1 Price of. . . . . $;500 I Cochran, Miss EJy 2 Parson, Franklin 2 OLD BOURBON MONONGAHELA STANDARD ineu'i hats ;.blacked, pressed end dyed. I

>] fortunate it i#. that the track the House of Commons by Mr. Layard OL connection should not be lost sight of. lie 1" . . . . 5000 Carver, Dr 11. Poineroy, Daniel K. 5 WHISKEY, HOLLAND ROSE April 29-ly. ',.
. . John W. hummer William GIN, N. E. RUM, SCHNAPPS COGNI- .1 IB K M H V
utt liLcU lu be re Uirr-d by the general the 28th of April: fur I . . 2000 Clark.
] gives as reasons not now building on 2 . . :. . 1000 Crowkey, Capt. CoCnCooklin Patrick John AC BRANDY, CLARET, TENE- To the Ladies and Gentlemen si. .
i ; 'u.<." f comuJciTX- will accumiu Miss WINES
5" . . . . I' Mary PaJltt, ,
i1tjr.J.h.'! to the iTrquircuKmsof 'efficiency have been sacrificed to party and 'carry on two long hues of road at the same 10 . . . '.5001. Cleveland, Henry Parolv, Mn. Julia Ac- AcAc.. OF THIS TOWN AND VICINITY.

Ijcal enawuKace aad (!u,cl<>puicjit ; for. family influence, and to blind adherence to time and the erpre.3ed preference of our 15 . : . . . 100 Choice,Ttfus Hannah 2 Patrldge, Henry. ACRICULTUR.L.PLOl'GII3. subscriber mod respectfully gives notice .

.hi* the 0.1'venn.uce of the northern jn r- routine in the appointments to the great 'citizen for a line in the direction of Florida 73" . . . . . 50 Caldwell, Joseph KCurwip I HOES. THE he has rumored his establishment to Ouca ,.
120 . . . . 25 Nathan II. Koui, A F. SPADES, AXES, GAR. '
tiuii of the uuif will doniaiid a teruiiuiu a> 'offices of state and to posts in diplomacy, on account of the interest of Savannahin I D Rosenblatt L.DeClinton DEN RAKES AND HOES, street neafBay, and between ilescrs.Ambler Allocg ,
19 Prizes . K
Dear the ba. to
Lie. the incn"Vun-c wuh the soutbtru rimus service is opposed to the best interests of I much of its revenue from the oath-\Vcst- 251 Prizes, amounting to . . S30.0CO. Hiram C. Bowse, Rebecca, MittS -vnr.vREAPING--, -- HOOKS. CHAISSL-----. prepared S
of that .-vat sea.will call f-ita termiius the State. has already given rise to great era region of our State. ONLY TEX THOUSASD NUMBERS! DarUy, Thomas C. SEEDs.k' SODA WATER i LEMONADES, &

near a? j".ttil ie to luc point of the I misfortunes: threatens to bring discredit The grading of the road is to be paid for Tickets $j.00-Halves auj Quarters in proportion. Deforrest John Spencer, CoL I10LMOW WARE. and a variety of
JVn.Dpulo. It Bills all 'tanks in taken at Daniels Capt J. Syle R. E. IRON POTS, BAKE OVENS, COVERED SPIDERS Fruits IJ,
will thus be iauijjfiteaolc.tiot : upon the national character, and to involvethe in city bonds and ia block ; tiie bridgingand on good standing par. ;
SAUCE-PANS tinned and
2 Subilia II. A. enameled
All Communications .fiJentJ Dorr, Joseph ,
while one f/rk of our road elall: rest I IIM. country in serious disasters i ; that this wooden superstructure is to be paid Orders for tickets strictly Dod, Charles & Fommers, Miss M.A. FRYING PANS KETTLES, PATENT Such aa the Charleston market can afford, aa4
aUcalcJ to promptly.
IJ'V cxct-l eiit haibor of Cedar Key. I'! IIoue will give its. best support to any fur partly in money and partly in city bonds. AJdrc-w, J. F AWTREY, Drury, SnsanDeMasters Sell U II. WAFER IRONS SAD IRONS hopes that, with strict attention to business, wS) t: .,
to merit of their ,
i.c": ttI nuM lu.t Le 11* way to the inagnili-; Ministry which. in the present emergency I The report was adopted and ordered to May 26 Gcn'l "', Savannah Ga. Edwin Smith J. B. Ac-, .tc. Ac. an e'lullhare GEO. C. ACOSTA.ratro .:'

rut Ca."r_ laujju-in time to be e\elltla hall propose to itself as its main objects be printed.-Sarannah Neva. .r.o Daly, Miss Margaret Fbepard. John E. tf OH I) ACE. nagc.April 23,1853,-tf.Placo : .
c I Felker 2 Sumner, Goo. Yarn Oakum Bagging Twine, Net Twine
lwjV car lit iouud tt.eiv. lu l.okillJ to this vigorous prosecution of the war as the only Sebastcpol can not be Captured. FLUUIDA KAIL-ROAD Con PAST, > FInn, John J. Sohiesinger, Fleisht A Co Fish Lines Bed Cords, Plough Lines Tuning, .. ." t.

urnituauon of our road on the means of eocunwr an honorable and lasting I The correspondent of the New York Jacksonnllo, May 2ti, 1855. 5"VTOTICIi FountaIn Piety SUrkie, CoL J. 2 A&, .. Also- -, PIANOS Toned and Bepaired. at ta* ::
Onlf; 1 f,.l J tic cuu.j oi line :ta and flI i\ cf one per cent on the stuck of this Company, O Markus BLUE CHROME GREEN. 1
an.j. c general I that Le has found Ladies and gentlemen wishing to learn the .
Lord Paltnerston became incensed nut yet a single man
so has been made payable upon the twenty-mill of. Good C. U. T Together with other articles comprising a res- .
:'' nil I loe alike ptutuoied. Jf rouo trin Piano scientifically,will find an opportunity .
French or EiigJisli! officer or soldier, in the June next. GEO. W CALL. which will be sold law CaA.rV'poeUively applying
that he delivered a long on the Gault, Thompson Tate R. T. r>ectable Stock far )
>acor in tins view, it will be for to panegyrc telieves to THEODORE A. B- BOICCSTEDT .
you I' Crimea. who that Sebastopol willor way 26-tl Secretory. Green Cathrine Taylor, Be. J.J.Osuir no extended credits given.IL 21 : 4
decide April 55-3m. Post Offie, Boa 94
upi-n the >mt on the Gulf to aristocracy and called il r. Layard'i charges .
p can be captured, AS the siege is being Mr.Gaason Tippens George C. E.V. CLARK, .
"t-cb the atteuli'iu of the company oughtto false and calumnious." conducted The officers and soldiers, of Misg. S. A.J. V april 23-it it the old stand Bay street JC2" THE CHEST. :
t loe lint iitcted.lct I both armies! with whom he baa bad an (Late Tonno, Pinckney A Co.,) Graham Duncan Taught ). M. 2 e
opportunity II Verdriu J. II. NOTICE. SIR ASTI. Y COOPER DART. M.DU \ .
gentlemen,although confined by our r The Sag Kicht secret order, to converse seem to think that P.A.OTOB. .,
charter to the country on this wde the u. has spread through the West with wonderful they are kept in the ,Crimea fur some unexplained A.TD Hamilton, Dr. Thomas Yiney, Washington WHolliday BY arrangement between the parties interested the eminent Medical Practitioner, has left a :
Charles vstuablelegseytoth.worldinbis 0
1I'auee rirer. or what m.abe tldiue,1 rapidity. It; is the antagonist of the COMMISSION MERCHANT Howard for the purpose of winding np the businessof .
purposes on the part of their .Ashley Watson, R. U. Qreat lreveutatlve ConsampUoa, ,
J'tninsulu tbe firm the undersigned will sell at public auc- .
l1or.Ja. the Iwr".r interests of : Know Nothing orpanizatwu. In Ohio, goternmeuts, and not to destroy the fortress -, For Florida and Southern Georgia Harrington. Capt G. W.WiIIiLDI.3 R. C. ion at Jacksonville on Monday the ISth day of AND f

lout QIIIIJ:1UJxIlud beyond this limit ; for i Kentucky and Indiana, there are many and conquer the Peninsula from the : PRODUCE, Harris T. Williams, Miss M. A. fane next tho following propertyA UNFAILING CURE FOR PULMONABY "1

a omtNxlRxi with vetUra Florida is O'' thousands of members, with numerous Russians. Their only wonder K as to when North Comfrclol Wharf Charleston S.C, Haynes Warren P. Walker, George A.Witchbead two gang Steam Saw Mill complete with a DISEASES .j

najK-nai.t. to the value of the cuterprW J lodges. It is said to have oaths of unusual the gam* will end, and the order to evacuate May 1C] Awl 97 Bay-atreetavannnbOa. [6m. Hargrove Clayton J J.,M.Mrs. J. E. 2 good dwelling house Negro house and about t wen- vithavt the file of JIecli ,

t. are ciiar .l to conduct that we cannot solemnity, passwords, signs and grips. The idea that Walker y-eight acre of land ; Also two lot in Jacksonville Sir A. C. Eart invented aaj advised the OMof .
\ they are to Jennings, Daniel Weaver John M. Capt
cap- FOil PI1ILADELPHAI. about fi" hundred of
M to' iiitcnaiu a s.hcitinseoncra and too member divided into ; e acres geod timber the f ,
in faoi are squadsof lure to and hold Jenkins C. F. Wallace David
art ,
or ; expected capture hail on Black Creek; about twenty eight &C.'t"IIIor MEDICATEDFURCH3TPBOTECTO. 1irpO
"if' o\trj euierjmM; lo-;king to an ex- ten, each with a commander who is responsible i New Route to Niagara Falls tile Great Johnstom William P. Walker A. W.
the .
docs not land Trout Creek one Iron Sc! ,
HU-MII stronghold, euier Northern Lakes aud Canada. on one mare all persons of all ages and emxfitoa*, M 1
wit-tuard from our eabtero im- for their appearance whenever their minds. Judge, Charles Worley, John Colt and eleven good negro men. Term made i certain and a safe shield against eoosaptiaB I
luveun.nts touanis Pcn-acola-a point their services are required. The Turks he don't understandthe Fare ?8fi: :>! Reduced. Johnson, Mn. Louisa Walker, L. M. known on the day of sale. Bronchitis Asthma Cough Cold aad ether afflictions "

aa.plr prefarud b.)) nature ILIi the marl for at alL, says, thiuk that From Savannah through to Niagara Fall, 923, Jordan Capt Nelson. Wilcox John C Will also be soldonBraddocka Island on Nassau of the Longs which arise Cram the exposed -
a urge hsav of the commerce of the great I t3 A gentleman inquired of a capen- war They they and distAnce shorter than by any other Route. K Wilcox Ira Ris-u. Fla, on Wednesday the 20th day of Jane state of the chat according fashion*, aDd th*
interior west with the Mexican and Carib- ter's boy, b My lad, when will this job have been taken to the Crimea to be destroyed THE well known fint class side-wheel Steam- Kemp, Richard r nest: A two gang Steam Saw Mill complete, with continual change;of our climate. .- a
2 Robert
titan .:. In this master has now on hand be completed and that when their destruction isaccorupiished KEYSTONE STATE Capt. R. UAR- Kimberly, David Young, welling[ ,negro and ware houses, and twenty acres "The "It simply a chemically prepared ;
yiew wdl be your ReubenL York John
it toy de- France and sails from Savannah fur Keazer, of land about twenty-seven hundred of for and
tI'e. England will DIE Philadelphia, every ; acres lined with silk padded which suspended 4
> 7"1
can't said the honest
I sir Charles
as am pure it will be yours, to give tell make dividing the spoils with Austria alternate Wednesday as follows May 23d; Jun. Young, timber land on Na* aa River, ten good negro men, from the neck, cover the ehe t, in asagre.abl&
every IJOIoI6.Le: aid individually and as a boy, artlessly; 'it's a day joy, and it will and Russia. It is the 6th Iud 30th ; July 4th and ISth ; August lit Land, Mrs. Cathrine. X stetson males one bane, four timber carts one manner that,once worn, it becomes aa ccwify aa4a '
COIr.Ie.JJ). to the effort of those of our felwwciuienB depend upon how soon the old man has general feeling 15th and 29th, Ac. At, leaving Philadelphia the Lhhaner J. L. Zora, Isaac H- 4 Life Past A*. Terms made known oq day of sale. comfort. t
who, under other another order. of the Turks, that their professed AWes intermediate Wednesdays. A. regards speed Lacosta Joseph Those wishing to enipark in the Lumber bnsi- The Protector" although recently iatrod.
tons to in organiza- have deceived and betrayed them,and that Btnenglh and aeootnuuNUtuiu, there u m ship running Persons calling for any of tbe above letters win floss will do well to attend this sala.BELLECIIASSE oed into America is making rapid progress Uuwjtt
fart ,tta propoee of supply whole or in 5SI the but two months, says the they are worse enemies than Russia.i on the coast superior to the KEYSTONE please say they are advertised or they way nor get 1 I'lnGA the United States the Caaadas*, South 'Ae., ,
means lOch uzrntcU I Washington Star, five hundred men have STATE. Smooth water 100 miles on Delaware them. WL GROTHE P. IL.Jacksouvllle Ja.eboniUe. May I2tb 1853.52T and the West In It has for a Ixf tiat* I

It will not escape your observation tnattocng been enlisted for the new regiments order- Bed Anta. Bay and River; only two night at sea. Cabin May 15, 1855. The Charleston JHernry and Savannah been a staple article at Tpn UnJ and OD the coatk

the valuable fruits of our eneet prise ed by Congress. This is of Red ants are worrying plagues to house- Passage, $20; Steerage *3. \ Georgian will please publish the above notice till neat of Europe,while it,has grow ia many eooa,
r'U be the creation of Atlantic mart of the for the independent keepers. The Public Ledger calls for a recipe This Line, in connection with the new North Charleston to Philadelphia. the twentieth of Jane and send bill to this ofiee.POR tries to the position of an artietaefdress _._ '

commerce within our lioJu, worthy the recruiting general service agaiiidt tbe vermin. Spirits of turpentine Western Rail Road Route from Philadelphia, at- 'I1IaoIiGB u 45 to (0 JWt1u. To demonstrate these facts enquire of any En
"Bportant re ouroe of our State and which continues to progress at the rate of, on a small tied at the end fordij the shortest cheapest and mosMnterestiog SALE.A gush resident ia your vicinity of ta knowledge fit '
an. perhaps four hundred and Route from the South to the Great the beneficial tf the
fifty men per Niagara Falls Fair -Meals included. effect wearing Protector,
*enng the of domestic 01 a flick will with a little $ VALUABLE tract.of Land on Amelia
requirements our management .
month. It is anticipated that in three Northern Lakes and Canada; passing np the Val WITBOCT accouBsa TO pocroarxaof any kind. Ta q
Ziade. In doing Ihs, it is happily the case months more,.all the men required, for the be spread like a vapor over the shelves of ley of the Scbnylkill by Valley Forge, through American Steamship Company" Line, Island 5 miles from the contemplated depot, ted of wearing these articles ia a,mere trifle,aar}

that while profiling! oar own State, we the new regiments will.be obtained. a pantry, effectually ridding yon of the vile Reading the I..QI8U Coal regions of Pennsylvania STEAMSHIP .eflow Bluff, contaming 750 acre good planting sea will last sooe years- No one who tales tb.
D.a.'k-(. O.LX boose,and oat houses a cotton Gin aDd Gin boose,
reaching Niagra Falls and tbe Great Suspension them. Tbe Jlwpftals in this country are set a1osi
a community. we shall derive .- worse than the nil disliking the smell tf the *
.e may be all f which together with premises, will be
following advertisement J.U HODGDON
appeared Bridge in sixteen hours from Philadelphia; traversing Captain recammendJns taev,bat.* &:.
rtMutoabl/ Hope, Teat local advantage to turpentine, therefore I give a recipe I have unrivalled in the and old leasoniabla.Abo .
in a country grandeur TOX1i.tJURTUEY.
wraJre* from this result, we ehalUt the lately J1'English provincial paper used successfully. It w this; Spread over beauty of iu Through Tickets, allowing 1.800 two small tracts on the loath end of the Uateot4, 4CofI4ns, ua (auehve7
vae Wanted a man and hit wife to look I scenery. above"new and magnificent Steatasbrp Ialndoti.otweiiexidred, and the ether tar EosltBd were orijinnny Qkut with Vbnaimfactare .
tune largely oontnbate to the growth after the Selves infested by the red ant leaves passengers to stop at intermediate point and re. THE of fifty of the .
& expressly this route is one the Protoetart, by > TiaeatoJ
(nesgaboring mart T ammercg1r, openUga -!.a bone mad dairy with a religious turn I of green sage. This 1 have known to act snme their journey aijdsasure,.for sal by the largest OB the American coast and Is umrpassed acres Abu containing a tract containing a luzwrant one growth hundred of Live and Oak. Dr.Cooper and continue to manofaeture tettfJSmm

haa&el, through which the eapital of mind without any tncumbranoe." like a charm in getting rid to tbe ant. Agent at Savannah. Fare from Buffalo Savannah to N. if equaled lor speed strength comfort or aecom- acres, adjoining.the Eeateu tract on the Si.Mary'Ever. thirty. soilaeslgiisoi fautractiane end Ihereforeneoa
an4 eoouncroal energies of Charlestoa and &LIMCK..P. the gotpensioa Bridge $281 to dition. Sailing days from each port as follows: Apply to mead those who would wear Tb Protector."ta

fearauah nay reach a trade with the Golf JJJSE O'FoCAjiTT's ,DcscftirTioxTbHoutftd : S.-.SpinU of turpentine applied in a Flmira Ant 926;at CAIWI4aigu.Savannah $27.*_ From Charleston 10th 20th 1 30th of each month, JOHN M. PONS, 4gnf. .,see to their being geniina.BJIHCXBBK .
in ; Advertisement extracted from similar <. 15Ui 4 25th Jacksonville May 12 l55.tf, THIS is A max.4ZTWtZ,4p n
pins which tbey.twnld"'not otherwise manner to the" nrwly commenced May 10-6m 'C A.I.IUU1L Philadelphia Sib PATOT Miwcrse. '

proUablyj*rtjrjt Thai br.faol. I aa Irish .De1F.perfJiainr from Kil- nests of caterpillars among your apple trees hlAYt9. AflProdate. consigned t the Agents Chsr. I RETAIL PRICES.IUPIU -
tating the UnKjfJan; O'Fogartyahe hat in her arms I have found lesSon wifl be forwarded to Philadelphia, .free of FOR SALE. '
ifiiereourse between them, w. always a sure disposer( that : Gzyr'jEuz, 'ISO se -
ba. two .babies and .a tortoise-shell comb behind the eommiwien.Aetnts .- i 1E Twenty-five Hone Stem 'tape with .
proiaou the prowUj of-oaf_Soatbera pest to orchardGw0KJfl0wn 'Telegraphs rofC do. LOO'eVaV
&a p, tj GulC'alad'-Atla.uie r her back;which quint awfully.0 CORN I'PIIEiIZbet&.n in Philadelphia, I Agents in Cfcsrlafttta, ,.i B.ilers'Hpcs Ao, complete -. BevV MIMES Vx. :-, '. ,- '. TJ'eVv.
and I
object We would I : UER1N & MARTLV I HOLMES STONEY .. Seven.Hone and ,'
nl able and diraWe I ,recommend Barnum to lool I ban 011 hand large qwantity One Steam EqaiM BftiJcieonypleU. JJARCOC'nJB.UiLET'.* ,o. 4
Urthe pnwtxrity Viarau fvt"CnJlIT.-U 37 J-Z NfIf'14 Jn Jay HtlrC- Wharf. .. :_
the sctj out for lIiM' Jane anTher cow. They M stated ia the X ofCORKr whicb they IN aoU"UII." rapidly 33,AtrsotlO2Na.a-aiist,
ajejjT5 .r country. w.. a r, :OOtJ nearly: maT.be invaluable to him. NaoWk..uu.,tha& IM tat .. ryw negotiated -.'at prices ,mure satisfactory than UM article la11Uaa : i One Circular Saw Mackln,"of P .V Jtau&o ., er.m.v.PriaopalWareboase ..
.I a ioftaio JTev York of atari nuUi aat eaa b.obt&lned.1Qf1aa7markstthis aid of ISUOUGT TO..aAf"Jj" tare ;J02 front Strttt Qtnasfii.&n4 ..
.' TRI''Arra Tic .STrrrsi;A' a sate otlcM.than ,. 2tairtjr.MMfcwwst h&ll( Baltimore.: 05 the 17th dav of Mar, a negro boy, AH the bov machinery If awr. and.n made Manabctorv; .Palcl. writer ra bu already ben p Into the m"5 ? Him kin abonl feet 7 mVhe*tugbt ami and will be sold low.fcreaiiAppryU : z t. ,E* l4atL '., .. i .
.erf TOw Erwxu._The the JoaraaJ of Commerce iya,that foot and altboap the arrangements b the fttidq ., OAV, UAY. HAT. \ appears I to about 17 orl&jMn old.. lie ',)OOmT& OU<>KIJf.. II.U.* Co,sse4.a.as.asag DepeU for.Oe.'

Sstgi&no) eeordi.c t tbe.l'eTUviaze hundred boyi ha,.entered at-hc BrookJrn oio>r hat ctadifinMl) no Ji&cftltr ifia al'tlnbe 100, BALES BASTEKX Blr euu nbuseif 4. CK6TIA'&J py'be* owned. 7u.tl : F MndOT 4 Machinist .. cf 'Tko Proteetorw-i puU *f Awriea._Palieuca -.

z&rg, iM .tsew .Ye Maot to- Navy ,Yard..during thejjrcacBt month nlU'll IU being raW.in w fM*a the waaUV ., Jott received from Btvtaoper "Saxab fret.,." byflvjaitt, Mar Goal*,itap00 Uwwtj. $florida r '- -' ,Swrewa. Drag. ***, Potiiew,Ij .
halu bben rcporteg.livton as Apprentice It ,U desirable that 'thebufttrd cttb. L$. a7 rare.:: ,It 1.Wtllal1be ,0 which K a'san the atlantis. *f' aU wile. sys 4s tb f4IOy.boy.,.,jakea frwi oaboard tip steam I. 'r ,. V4t.iallll Ren.". : lerebants,Uatten anditiUmersaJ* 'ImtFanisaincStorelCMpertarceatrHted .,,
t1Je iqt.r 11, .D1 this tern should be extended ...1s7lsg f1OdIpU1 a& she treasnry Ur nosed iofMi'tfamrtMiM -'the iaea artieleof er KSembx>U,*'vber br bad secreted bimaalffe-: .TflD8C1tEIff rs for-.Ie-rae wiftk toe ,
-I. ii 'wiI b a.4y&Md.the.It""r.o&de be iys snah.s4 te t.' ..temat .Ilay at the aIM price whki acumen.forth. ErrerilMrib tht purpoiS ef aatfaf his eeeapet "Th6 Oft v i ft. ii dw IUngboam la die vicmity 116.', vbolnUaakl retail Outrm tioa .tke a, astute.
hoiija Lfrssndcudv(1iIiee43u1czeetQi
1'Mbfr' be 'rsutt! WiU .gefwrtflfijind q. to' ., ._psaica ,$tbi* rJimiw.wtIf: ing I.-.L > ,rMM>edtoeeca ,; pnJve property .i to.Uogsa Greek-whkb It UM Eastera bowdary -. wbom JBkeraltetBMi art eff ssaiI 1ii

te' m.&tcrWJI.li1I tLe. dIIaaa4 a *joy iii pnsrwc.tba etuone j th*wrfv.r tptMatDrbacMOwiitlMt. All tc en from the Contr7.M U accompanied ebarEes.D&tab inmb'. -'1riU"M dea& : of the Tewzc-TaenooM. an.sdyneus, bas .' "... --..
for tbtt'artide ,' ; ;. 'in ....a;"f--- '.. f
acicnoak raalr .Tbe' iieMBr r' the bwroHtanoo* .- wixf.i. ;, -ptnf .. J
.r..krtdiZen 'Jrbi ; adiairLss&Ltitct3. Tlte lady wUo 'toadbytbe: KAof I'.t.ftbeet rowi. *few J age'-nerinA;abMt lUmember. Corn Ck*"On and tide,.*wait for ; N11Ot1A1tVT, ally a dsiiraULssuiisshioaes. : '" & sply Is. ; :: r' ..

\: l other. daja .abxc, oeatlj took';A. 1UI.J Jil,9O fnNavr". Ute IMt>xflnbliazi .. .. Depty Sb.crifr"J U..l c..- J..t ... .'_,, w1LLU1t.xW. ,. ..-"J kCEvBRAbt.Eyk.caa.5; .
,made 17 thei. OIDfUl' Uay 19 CUIS A'L DiriTXL :ackiotvifle, May 19, 1133-u : $sckzouvme,4prliZ 1SSiu.c. "- 3? Ann Street x.'w-Iu4-t'z: : 6

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.,::; GItWULTURAL.S : -- .' .... ,.. .- .,. '. ., ..'., ....:.L _, '. THE,;'.FLORIDA- NEWS*. 'I''I :, "';Fors Florida:, .'

State iitnftt'oi itt .\ \ DI E OR_ .TI1G_ IN LA VD TOTjTEM '

( f .." Deep Ploughing.Vftcopy Irinting @ffl It.ay >ul{ the ehole l.rp"'leIt1n.
qriri :
r \ fctJow.an artide on the !ub.kc' AND an .Ue S. H. Sleanif
Marine Insurance ,
k ,t;deep plowing and would remark that o. S : 1 ,

4! it oorretporkU with the miopvings which Corner e/Ftwtk or jlElu.nit'AstA.and M.rktl.SU..IIarn.lllU'1f. S COUNTING HOUSE ALMANAC, atolinn. f jFioriDaCAHOLINA

; : wi.bare'cercral tmcs''tclt.1n.! regard to the I'EJIlliSTL l'.1'1. 5 1856.

" philotopliical recommendations of the pre- Ca.p1t: ]. $350,000.CIIARTER T' L. MCox.ETTER. .

is. .e day in rrgard todeeppIoug1n.! With PERPETUAL. A. -z A Master will leave Cnarlesh" .
.. -Maasichueetta ISSt"RE BUILDINGS PerpetuaP.v, HER 2 'i1 _: : f ; = SATURDAY, at balf-p.st 3 P ). 14", the ?
i $ < rioughBuoi- 'wo admit DI E. FURNITURE:, VESSELS iD .1 f 04 OO'l John* River direct step ping et JACKSOXVII .
1 : that '& are not in tho practice ofpJoogLIag Port and their CARGOES, and other Property. I: ; = 1E55JCLT : ; t"'I-4 PICOLATA A PALSTKA. Retarning.wu! r.

: as deep as they thoulJ. But we against loss or damage by fire. t ( ; = = ; i We arenowpre-:, PirtalkaeTCry.)1011da1, at 7 .\. M. | r..lae.1..8&
HAVING made ._= : ; "i -- 10 A.N:; and Jacksonville for Clarlestcs.
:; CMmol recommend the other extrcne.I DIRECTORSiRobert J&'l'. I 2 4 1 I 3 4 51 I 6 11 4f'eJuclr. A. 31.' .1 3

John P. Rutherford, Klotz, extensive 1 8. 91011 1213! I 9,10(lll2l3, 14' paredtuexecute, aI',' THE fLORTDA R n. Svrrn.less. .
t Farmers are told by numerous writers that arrangements 1 ishtfn 1f.lltff.
: 1920 HI191 Illl -nr
Phito C. Alonio A. Carrier .
edgwick, HIJ5IJ61J7IIB CHARLESTON ev ry WKDXrcrji,
tnejr cannot plough too But I' Albert Gillett John B. I 26 27U14 72'21 24 25 26 27 the shortest notice IN"
I deep. they I Rutherford for the execu > 31 : Meriting, at 10 A. M, Inking the .
28 29 JO 31 |
Alran Wilkins Samuel Jones. 9J30 p -:1 tot the r4a<*s twnie.1 sieve and
Iaee by the article referred to that they r- 3 ACS'T.SEP'T. t 3 4 ; ta'vtb.g
2 -
Samuel T. Jones [ aH kinds ofPamphlet Beanfort. hilton 11.91 IHun,
:.;' can plough deeper than their interest re JOHN P. RtTIIERFORD, PresidentA. tiouoCeverJdescnp4, 1) 6 71.8 9 10 1) 6 1 R 9J01ll!;l7is'tfi' | ':, and St Nary going and roturn.lt.Darif'D"lI1InI.ntt'Ihisi-
15 14 isl
J. GILLETT. S quires.Tbe. lion of 23 '*A oitv '<*o''*>J *>*i' *, put fOIl route bar thamodation .
L. MORQAK General '. 18 21 23 of
AgenJ. Travelers along the Tnv
: cost of ploughing deep furrows is H. McRORY. Agent,JacksonrilU, Flo. Job Printing I I MAR'H 23- 26 27 28 -1 -2 _3 I 'f212S'29-It"-tl-j' i i ;H I,aw Dlank*, who wIsh to keep as mwtb'a possible in,ntI flkl,.

eomttbin Our not made REFERENCES: AT jACKMt.NTILUC ,, They are first class ,.*it h rile State
bestplowi are 8 ) e Reo
4 ,;
Col. J. S. Sammia, I Capt. Charles"iller.Cot. and ,comfort will be

D, to tarn a very deep (arrow, and when we John Browsed I I Sam'IN. Williams, Esq The "Buffu gton House attentionofthote 1\19 19,20 21 22 t5 161111/ 1R117 9jl011jl2in|'' IS 192021 14 22 15,,, Buslccsa Cards. ly the every Traseltiw. PubUe. fonod 1 h, usually,rjieit wi"-',\\.l, ,
Cot Timanug | March / ,
Henry ,
attempt it we make poor work. It is often ( 7-tfJ] wishing Printing 25i2627!, 9R 29 ; 2124TO' 25 Visiting Cart, different Lines* Stage. in Florida sud .
29' Jli
u Tnmpa
Bny. They also
stated that the old to Take Notice. APBIL. ) 2 s 4 1) eonnett
: practice was plow 314\\ 6 the New York Boats and Railroad Lines fr .T?
8 9 10 II OCT'R. !- I 2i *
three or four inches deep. Now will That all person are hereby notified, that the done is particularly 'Ircul an place.
any F1.orl.da. !I; 1617 20121 7 P 911011112113'
formerly existing between T. J. : lRjJ9 ,, For freight and
engagement other
prudent farmer go at once to doublo this HENDRICKS and JAMLS II. CUEIl!, and known as THIS well known HOUSE situated the corner of Xewnan and Adams streets, invited to this office ;!22J23 30.-,24 25,26 27 29,11 14 HicniiBiftw! 1 Hand Bills, apI7 t,> WM M. LAWTON nrtienl.CQiaarJ
29 222124.25i26.27.: .
%. depth till be become satisfied that his the ted firm; and of that Hcndricks all Chew owing, in this said day firm duso, will within a few rods of the Post Office, and near to the Steam Boat !landings: and mot Terms Invariably MAT_ I -213 4 5! 128 29ili3I---' ; | > IO-ly otbe niWI1arr.

.S subsoil is richer than his surface soil? make payments to none persons other than me, or my an comenicnt to the Churches, ha"jn t received s new COAT, and has been renovated from 6 7 8 910111 121Nov's. |- -1_, I! 21' 3'B $hofv nm. PIKE FlltUIX l"mCIU -

It is true that by deep plowing the fann tborized agent; also that all portions are hereby top to bottom with every convenience, is now in perfect order. The Table will be under nr CASH. 20121 13,14, 15!16 1718jI9'! 4 6::! 71 t fit, 9:10 Dills of Ladlc : 4 g&2 TilE SVBSCniEEB'S
.. warned nut to soil goods or other and shall not be by 222l342526 ii 121314il5JI6.17Itvnri ; 3 OLD
any property the supcrintendance of an experienced IIousekefr.| surpassed any; / / ot oolo*) "fA V STtXD karini t ...
er sometimes brings to the surface substances 2128 : -I J (
said firm for I will not be for such tntirellb
; responsible that his exertions to merit the Orders -eal !
The has determined f
other in this climate. 1'roprietor: JCSE.. I M9i30' (ruye I by boo be hs removed lit )42
sale. - 21 125 21j2 DIIIR of Pare fe.amC-t\
:- more valuable than those on the which hall be bestowed him shall be without regard to trouble or 3 : '_ eorrer of Went worth, the Man.J ,. .
I' *,*! will keep an agent at Magnolia for the patronage upon 4 1) 611// DEC'- I : r'mnerly ur ,
surface. Or if of the Co. n t r 7 91 2131I' &! by W. J.OAYEP. where be I!
mixture ,
not so upper collection of debts, and disposal of the remaining expense.A 10 11 12 1311t l3Jl6 |, 51, 79.10.1112ni4 8 Lab e 1promptl1uecuted I, continues hit bu>

. :S and the lower soils may be advantage property for the benefit of the creditors.T LIVERY STABLE is attached to House, with good Horses and carria cs. The i17 i 19 2021 22'23 ; is D aU of its -"Ot'he. lie bason bind large snort
uncut tint eillp."EIIJl'U
J. UENDRICKS. Western Stage leaves this House soon after the arrival of the Savannah and Charleston 232627282930, lh7ISl9n:21! ; 22 &of. &e. ;? ojaltdtsrrM,,i
ous. Still we would warm the and 124 [_ J23 : some choice FAMILY CAR.&J.IGES
young 1 1- 24j2.>i2627i2939'sobi'i ; tj'prewly
. inexperienced farmer against making his 850 UGUARD. boats. S. liUFFINGTON. Jos.F. Rooino. _,: : : -I 1 !' ILI! -'-' for his Country Costumers all rf I hi, i,.'

'. RAN AWAY from the steamer Carolina Oct. 21,1851--GmVATCHES .---w will SELL CHEAP FOR CASH or City i i

soil so deep as to ruin his crops. K whilst laying at her wharf in Jacksoo- u _______ __ _______ ___,_____ lance LEONARD CIIAFIS1"BE
:: FLOWING CORN LAND. ville, on or about the Cot of March inst. Crders J'1T1I1Iplly nJfai/lrfully-
. negro man named .JI'LY. lie is of black complexion \ JEWELRY SILVER WAREA Jacksonville Foundry !! ApothccnrvEla.ll tcnS. C., sor l8-tm
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that there various
Being aware are opine _
about 25 or 30 years of ape, and has: a 5D s.-4.
3J. (
ions as to the relative advantage of deed purely countenance. lie is about 5 feet JO inches # ASD a Gilbert
I N D Tea (
S. and shallow plowing for Indian corn, 1 high. His wife U living at Palatka and he is ;MACHINE DflJ:&tO.i:1 -<> l\1.\Xl"F- ACTrr.EM and DEA.rj .

have come to the conclusion to impart to probably in that neighborhood. The above reward WORKS.T ItcmoTed to the New Store. In Ilotmca t: LJJJS in all uVycripliuns ef CA1U

co-laborers in agriculture such results will be given by the subscriber for b'n apprehension Fancy Goods. liE Subscribers, having made extensive and BuildIng opposite Dr. UaMwiu'a IlLtGESnXm.5aud40 ir.
tny and confinement in jail at Jacksonville, or valuable improvements in their establish Office. JacksoLvllle.WHERE trM"lla Street, and No. 7 llan' tr'tI.lJarlm.(
as have fallen under my observation. delivered to the Captain of the boat. is bind and Our Steak is aneitcii.ne one and
meet are now prepared to furnish kept constantly on a large an.haan
:: In the spring of 1851 I was solicited by March 31-tf L. 1!. COX .TTKR. -0- Steam Engines, of any required power from selected assortment J" are ret-j c.tfuly! reqo t cU to call (n u.. a. _. C&I

S Me of my neighbors, who was like to be Ice Creams and Confectionery GEORGELAGG ,1 to 100 horses; DRUGS AND CHEMICALS offer great in-lucemtnta in lyle and prices; I50t

. behind in fitting his coin-ground, to assist nndemigncd has the honor to announce to Saw Mills; Always received by the latest arrival/warranted I any ran'ed article m bought At our eetaLl. lllcnt are 1Iar.

in plowing. To this I gladly consented, THE Ladies ant (icotlemcn of Jacksonville, Jacb.sonvll1c. JUcvst U1cricILk. Sugar Mills; fresh and genuine. Also, every rHrel't. july 8ifCaliagU&J1ilJflc5s1Jepojy

being glad of an opportuutiy to show him that be has removed his Horse Powers; Perfumery, Comb, nrushrn. Soaps,
. I WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of this place and surrounding country that Grist !Mills, .
skill as I thought turning mCMCU COtrECTIOSERT Lamps, ItumlLi Fluid, &CM
. toy : he has again opened at his old stand, sod all other machinery used in this cvuntrr. AT TilE
over the (( My team being heavy, and to Parkhnrft A Adams' brick building, where be Iron and Draw Castings. which will be soil low for ea:>h. v 13:71SonthWest; >: norsr,

plow rigged f-T turning furrow (If 8 inches will keep constantly on hand a choice assortment SUMEItS' BLOCK ITfT" Steamboat, Saw Mill and other repairing, I Country orders solicited and punctually attended MEETING- and WESTWORTH Corner of ,

an depth whle his wa* light, with plow of fresh, Candies, Plain and Ornamental Cakes, with a lanre and well lfctcd stork of at short notice. to. Physicians'prescriptions put up with care and Churlftlm, S. V ST EITS' ,;

fur but four it TOTS and Perfumeries. !3f/* All mathineiy purchased from us will be despatch. CARRIAGES
roaged running ; wan thoughtS Orders WlA& f.f TU111"ril"ioD at tLtlowMtces
from parties will be thankfully received WJA m H t6.rtI.bla1 lSHhVf in in of tho fctste by TEAS. I
put operation any part 'I
best to plow upon tcparale land, that we and promptly attended, to on the abortc.--t notice. j A N 1) j xunpctcnt machinist, when desired, and upon AgeiMQbr the New lork Pekin Tea Company sink always on hoOt, anj rwartklesoMMwit

: might ascertain which method of plowing r-V Ice Cream Saloon is hew open to receive FANCY: G-OODs reasonable lerms.Drawings I: Teaof direct inportation, and ot 34 varieties,from july w S-tr tan be warranted iu the fullest term, kv

succeeded beot. After the Held was al I vL-itcw. L AUBERT, Agent.Jacksonville and Estimates farnismed J. without i A 1-4 tel lb. in a package, all warranted anal at 31. II. NAThAN.iholtic .

turned fiver, and hued in the best possible April 21, 1355-4t. to which the attention of the Publ.c is invited. Gcttins my Goods! direct from the charge. MOONEY 4 GOOKIN, .j etirrmely low prices."Couiutry ; Tin-usrc! i

manner with cultivator and harlow it was New York Manufacturers, 1 ann prepared to ofH-r my customer inducements, both as July 8-tf Founders and M-u-hinists i tJ DcaterssnppUed, by orderIng G. .tflcrJ". ;
S Duiairirrult Court-Spring Term 835.JAS Savannah.Antony accompanied with Cash. & IJKO. j
regards style and price that cannot be surpassed in Charleston or "
planted with the coiuuum i ht-rowd }tl- II. MeRonr, JH, ] : t FLORIDA IRON WORKS. \XVhocs! I.Valen in
my assortment may be found i.s. GARDEN i FLOWER SEEDS, PLANTS !e.,
. low com. thereof ( AT1'\CRSI: T: tA_ K. \V. UlGtJS & Co., J.iL! I also always kept hand. AXV JAPAXED TIN Jr'.JRE. "

The weather being favorable! tho corn tOlltUr & Gnu, }j'SunnSncsrn1o32J5 Ier WATCHES, BUTTER KNIVES .FRUIT Do., NAPKIN #1' Jacksonville Fla. I july 5-tr T. MCMILLAN.SAVC yAKE this icclbo-lcf informing tieir. rricods !

came up evenly! aud lor a time looked vi-ry RINGS, CHILDREN', feETTS, Ac, Ac.Con.ttoutly 'lIE now prepared execute promptly orders I customers that t hey have rtt.ntIYIDI
S uniform ; but as the < asCln advanced that a' .. DETACHED: 0 on htnd aol made to order from pure for SteJiu Engines Saw Milk, Sugar Mills MOXI1VI SAVE large additions their maibinrry. anal art BOW -
Plaintiff having sued out an attachment in coin, and warnntodCUTLERY.- ud, Pan, Grist Mills, Hor e Poners Iron and TROUBLE prepaip. tveve,'u'e all orders in the alto\, lie, i
the "
upon deep plowed ground assumed a THE above stated cae, the femLtut and all LA PINES, Brass Casting-, mini every variety Sliehnery.Casting : Read Adienbecient: One with neatness end tluspeta'h. Our Wares an s3

)\.11011. bur, while that upon the shallow others interested nftTtake notk-e of the tame, and (with without hunting ea'css) Forging ant V1.l.ksmithrork., Saw Mill, warranted not to leak and to te of the lest worktnnifcthiD .

Lore a rich healthy appearance; and the appear and l>lead to the declaration filed therein. SILVER" DETACHED PATENT LEVERS" do.do. d do.>. From the eelclrate.1hnuf.tory of Geo.Vojten. Steamboat and other rep.nrmjThjy nuJ Ail!!! '

same marked ditferencu continued throughout n. 1\1. PEARSON LAPINES: di." do. helm & S"i vomiting: ofPOCKET will continue the inufactnre and koep To fdorohaD.t9.: Terms male accommodating, and Ccuntrrcniin i
the tiCa60D.1I'n the corn was harvested March 10, ISIo-Sci PUifctirs Attorney constantly on hand, heir variety of Plows, Timber promptly attended to i
. From good makers, which wiil be warrontol KNIVES SCISSORS SHEARS ; PLANTKItS AND OTHERS.
Also EuoEn
Carts, Chains Ac, to which they respectfully invite Country ; ami Guttering doie sib
the former but 50) buchels ;
produced t IiiKoivcnt Notice good time keepers. RAZORS tic \1>O become permanently legated in Charleston d.pakh.
patronage. july 8-ly HA
of cars per acre while the latter ga\e 75 ATA LISA C. SKIFF. Administratrix, and JEWELRY. I am prepared to do anything of the C3 STATE STREET near the Market ,

bushels. This, I would remark, was with- C Manuel Creepo, Administrator of all and singular FANCY GOODSConsusmn Jacksonville IJIacksmithlug, line of a central AGENCY and COMMISSION nor 19-6ui Charlettun. S. C. :

cut manure, and upon ground which had the I.oo, ehllt.tel. rights and credits of 9 Srnli as CORALS, PORTE MONIES ACCOR. AND business entrusted ta me. I intend giving the -:- I

,I lain in grass Federal years previous.In George F. Skiff; tate of this county deceased hay.thk GOLD t.l ARIlS, Fon'r BRACELETS CHAINS: DIONS, PERFUMERY LUUINS' AND MACHINE SHOP, greater jiortion of my time to the fining of Country Joseph Whildun, I

in day filed in my office a written lIuggeslionof CHATELAINS, LOCKETS. OTHER EXTR.XC1S.'r.\XCY'i Ars, At the former Stan-l cf-SeJgwick. orders for dealacin
S the fall of the same ear another neighbor o..SE. KEYS, SEALS i
J ,
the insolvency said estate: IEXCn".cr : PAPIER-MACHEE:, JEWEL CA.GOLbTIIJMILESLEEVE Groceries. Provisions, Dry Goods. Hanlwarv -
hating a field which had been covered This L', therefore, to rtify all persons havirgleuuanls DIAMON J.I. IEIJI,} Do. SES, ROSEWOOD WORKCOXES T URNISHES PIoiiSh3[ of all kinds, Timber CarX I Clothtnjr. IJoot". Mioes Irugs Paints j OJ t and Glass I : ,
with fruni the barn- 'ard. rm:e*, Carts. Chains for 31iiLl, Mill work of ,
manure at the said CIo he No. 11
rate against estate, to same duly PORT A OLEVKITIFG IIATNE-STHEET,
AND COLLOR BUTTONS, all kinds, Sugar Mills, Ac. Paints. Oils, Fruit; Liquors, Books,
of forty cart-loads her acre which he proved and authenticated l, before the Judge of \ C'tuirlit, S. c.
intended to plant, \\ilht-orutl.e Probate of Duval County, by the ninth d.iy of CUFF PINS itixr. KETICULILS FANS, COMBS, "ff Particular attention paid Steam Boat IIn.J Stationery Fancy Goods, KEEPS constancy for-al!. a general sssnrtBwt
BROOCH, EAR Saw Mill repariug. Wheelwrighting dune at shot- else that be obtained either in
or anything
will be \
Slav next at whkh time there a pro rata 1SRUS11ES, T1IERilOMETERS I T8 anJ OILS of all kmd, VAUISHES .
spring concluded he would try the experiment distribution of the assets of said estate auiungct the GOLD SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES : CHILDREN'S' test; notice. \'if All orders left at the store of S. this or Jiotthern Markets, and through the arrangements WINDOW GIlSS3fla1SSIIESSPI3. ,
of tub-soiling. he PLAIN AND SETT P.lxtix N. Williams will be attended to. that I have wade with
.. Accordingly commenced creditors thereof. ; : TOYS, TEA KELLS promptly the leading I Il'Rl'ENTlNE, SPIRIT GAS, COTTON TOOT-
plowing, with a Michigan subsoil WilDe5Iny acme as Judge (.f Probate, and the CHILDREN'S 1.00100.r. PINS Ac. Togethsrwthvariuusother.irtkIe too numerous augl9-tf J. A F\R\UR. I Homes dealing the above articles I shall be GIN FIXTLRLS; tiLl E and liRUSUEScf v. t;

plow, at the depth of about ten inches. i seal of sail Court, this the ninth diy ot SILVER WAIIK.COMPRISING to mention In the Circuit Court ot abe LUvierii able to mike purchases
. When the field was about half plowed the I1" *.! November in the year of our 'Lord one N. -CLOCKS, WATCHES.ftnl JEWELRY.FOIIKSTAL'LC Circuit of Florida Mcrch nU or Planters tbpna. elrei could; thereby I
hundred I DINING AXIS DESSERT .' In ot only saving them tb. difference in tbe priie ol I Fraser &
find 'I'thltilsGfl
cold weather which thousand eight City-four. t'liiroutrljy! rtfxiirctl and warranted, at fie orl- Chancery HctwcenDORCAS ? j
came on obliged him to ,
DESSERT A\1)TEA SPOONS, I the article hut abo the necessary exorbitant expense -
FELIX LIVINGM'ON, et.nulacc. Ig" TEKU VASJL oct28lAMBLEE F Mixes KM for
i [ )
cease operations. until snrin' ?. at which Judge of PiuUatc l>uv l County. I :SUUAIt SCOOPS SALT AND MUSTARD Do, I / Jolla N. MiNon, Respondent Complainant, ) Divorce. of time and trouble nUeu.lin\a visit tu this: F.CTOro.X > ;
S time he finished the tiel.I. Iteforc planting November 11. 1s346rn.NEW City. I will also personally attend to the selecting COMMISSION MERChANTS
.___ of Cotnpl.ua int bein, fiel! in thisca.se it i
he crossed that part which was plowed in ----- Goods NevoJsifl BILL( ; to the siti Nev p. as tit avoi'l all mattfes anal damages whu-li I
the fall and after pulverizing the w hole field ARRIVAL. that the s lid, Je.-llIJnlent re i.Je.j&1..ut! the Staten generally arise from wart eta lill> aliei.tiuu : S C.Fermi's .
with harrow cultivator and rollar plantedit. ) motion Cbarlcg liruwar.l, Solicitor far Cutn- E FJI'5lR I s'-m. '. TJIO.rso i
.,PHIL 13. In j'Uitiou to he above I will also attend to

When the corn came up! it received a HKCKIVUn & IIOEG. plainant Ordtnd it, is That a hearing of the ficts chnrged the J>jx>sal of any produce tu.t rosy le (>el : &I.u O. M ocnai i*. If o.tT felaO.Ciiarletlun :
lime and ashes JUST to me Any ppr >n .1 losiroo- i.f making Shipment
top-dressing plaster equal BUSHELS CORN; in said cull of Complainant be had at a term of 'I S. C. ,
of Produce of kin')had and
better write tome
part, one tabletpoonful to the hill. It was l.lOt, OATS Have received their Fall of Mcrrhan'Iize his Court to>be Wdcn at Jacksonville in the any BCCTlOX I.f I'll I C.E S. -
just supply consisting ofEEDEEBIEB I mil jfixe them every information as regarl the .a. TIlE umler?:, ie.l r leased this Hate!
tended mostly with the cultivator or horse 75: BALES EASTERN HAT; bounty of burst, on the tnt Mood.iy in July having ,

hoe by passing through in at three different 80,000 MAINE BRICK ; : I- = : JIM: : FfiOHMOMvCOJA : : : :[: :: : : : : next, and th.it said repooJcut do appear sal them.Markets From, manner long of Packing and in bow general to ship ltlsitualed in King Street,soU.t from the travel
my experience I uiig public a soareof
5 BBLS. ROSENUALC CEMENT; plead answer or riemurr to nil Bill of Ci-m- at-xiage ; *l, 0
times, twice in each row following with the mercantile business I think I give
5 0 PLASTER PARIS ; plaint on or bf hue said day, or decree will there- cn perfect satisf.action per Jay ; single Uicncr SUtts. mly.
FLOUR UACON. PUUK.l.t 1N Ilil fnu. LAUD c.
hand hoc to wt up the hills which were 60 LIME (tstRo-Uind); 'With full of FAMILY GROCERIES. / rfC., from pass in the same manner aa if tbe said rl-poD. to all and suit tbe matt fastidious taste July 6ia_J.ua:. '1. HEEST.CIIAKLCMON ..
a supply in selections. Give me trial \\a all I .ok.-
accidentally broken dow n, and to cut up 250 BUSHELS IRIMI POTATOES; lent hail appeared| &nI.. present in court. my HOTinU
For services I shall
such grass and weeds as might escape the 20 BBLS. MOLASSES ; It U further Ordered Th it a copy of the above nay require moderate commission J*. Mi\i.l.
not ten
Goods eicee ling
ced. according tu
cultivator. 30 SUGAR; Dry order be published in some public pnbishcd per
newspaper the nature ot the business. Corner of u .in: anj llayne Street,
S IHUEUPI'LES in this State fur the of three months
s space
the julyS c'A.jr'jjii
Throughout whole season but little DAVID 31. a
10 TUBS BUTTER teforo the day fur said hetring OAZLET _- _-
difference could be ; Of PRINTS a largo and well assorted stock Office 225
perceived in the growthor 5 BBLS. LARD WILLIAM A. .FORWARD np-s-airs Kinr-Mreet IJ MiL1.s IIOUS.E,
color of the corn; but upon harvesting 10 KEGS .. Ginghams, Sheeting, Linens, Bonnet Ribbons, Judge of the Circuit 0<>urt March JO, Is-Jl Charleston, S. C. 7IItSAS s. ICI\.I\:>

that portion which grew upon the ground 25 NAILS; of the Uoatcia Circuit of Florida. Thc Corner as Sheeting and Queen Street,

cross-plowed was found to yield I'G bu lieU 15 BOXES SOAP; DeLains, Shirting, Cra h, Taffetas, March 24, 1955. People's Clothing :ul5'8"C,7larle'u, S C.

j ears per acre while the other gate but hO. 5 BBLS... RURNINO( FLUID; Alpacas, Osnaburgs, Hosiery, :Florence Silks, I da hereuy certify tint the fore;oinj U a true AND PAVILION HO'I'LI,.
5 SOLAR OIL of the origin il order in oflKe.M. DRY GOODS STORE.At .
; copy my II. L.
Having a Held of eight acre, which; I intended 50 PAIR OARS ; Cashmeres, Dress Tn mIning,IItimc1kerchic1; Lady's Collars, r.h24. 1855-Jm GEO STONE. ( the sign of the GIANTS RED CAP) Corner of Bt1'JEliIJELD Meeting a*
to plant with corn last soring. the A'f: a large and hindsomo stock cf FURNITURE Sim.nit1 Jlloctc. May Street. julyS
&c ClusrlesUM s.C.
Blankets &c. tS
\0 fall previous 1 plowed four acres of it ten SASH DOORS and BLINDS, with an : Felix Livingston, returns thank to his friends and citi- -

inches with subsoil .,'. extra a-sortmerit of CARPETINGS, WOOL, JMODE. 011(.
deep a Michigan ptu ATTORNEY&C0U11CElLOR AT LAW Jacksonville anlingcountry .
This other four acres of it I let remain until -' .1 ILh, COTTON, HEMP, OIL-CLOTli. and CLOTHIMG. Jacksonville K. F. for past 1-iron bestowed on him, and solicits a conitnuince I"UE' .PARTNERSHIP: under the fern rf
*" \ PICKS_EY i CO. istMsdny disrfved. -
STRAW I.\TTIXG. All of which offering
'1 just previous to planting, and plowed ; moderate wo are A fine assortment VESTS, fine COATS. BUSINESS COATS, SACKS and .\CK'Tr.F.3, OVERCOATS attend tam any professional business en- of the s.une. As he has now entere into lIme ttement of its aSairs, by nnrul
at WILL .
prices.April his
with a Common plow but h\e inches (letji.l U-tf ELLIS A LEDWITH. SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, COLLARS CRAVATS, STOCKS Ac.UBS. teJ tu him in the Courts of the Eastern a bus copartnership will be carried Sjvannih, the agreement, de-olvesonILL1AMMTIWO,
:ness on more extensively,
r4 l The part bub oilcd was narrowed ami cultivated iVa a.W AtP. Elt liicuit, and of the Supreme Courts of Tallahassee the style and firm of to whom all persona h-iv jig drmand or hem;IB
I To Ict. He has also such an advantageous connection with debted are referred. *
\t in the best
poss.ble manner, and A. & J. MODE
TWO STORY HOUSE with hull and MEASURE: KEELERS. FLOUR and SUGAR an able Lawyer at Washington City as will eoure WILLIAM 3(. TUNSO.R .
. planted. As boon as the corn made its Cedar und paintC'l. TiTTKETS, Wholesale and Retail Dea'ersln
appearance 1Ilr.ur a prompt and speedy collection of su.h claims as Q
sired the floor and PiNCKNEY.JB-
good rooms on ground WASH BOARDS MARKET BASKETS Ac A.afifflsra .
a small handful of ashes and plaster I two ruoirv up stairs. The y-ird is spacious, and BOXES, AXE HELVES may be placed in bias bands against the United Clothing and Dry Good, Charleston August 31dt, 1331.Sept. .

of equal larts. was put upon each hill there is a good well and out-houses on the premises. A &&$$. State July and our friends: will find at-all times Urge and I 213

arid as boon as the rows could be followed Enquire of complete Stock too numerous to men two. For

with a hor e, it was passed through each April lB } 55-4t II. E. W. CLARK. S A large and complete assortment of all Lintlft.fctfifiO ATTORNEY AND rhillip COUNSELLOR Fraspr. AT L.JuckOn.rilJe .\,". quality and reasonable: prices please call and convince The Sub lScr.

way with cultivator,and dressed completely Fla, yourselves on Bay street,oripo ite Col Sum- Continues the ba-inoa Keretofure earrtf ci 55-
mis'Lot where will find the Glint's Red derthe n.imo TCNNO WNCKNEV A CO,
with LOST OK STOLEN m8W* you same
a hand hue. It was afterward WILL attend to any professional business en and tenders to his friend the -lor his set-
Cap. renew
cultivated FROM THE fcUBSRIBER at th* Fil."er tc.llu him in the Courts of thv Eastern
hoed twice during the season, and .. Springs, in Marion Co. Eat Florid, BRUSHES, SOAPS PEKFL'MKRY: COLOGNES, &C., &0. Circuit, and the Supreme Courts at Tullabasneele .- TO TIlE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.Will vices.Sept 1 WILLIAM M TCN>0.
once The four
slightly. acres plowedbut on or about of lit(If December, J854. a small : : : has aLto such an advantageous connection with be staid or given away, the entire Stock cf 2JJ

five inches peep in the t. ring was bar- CIIESNUT SORREL PONY HORSE, about six EB.. .'ffE.K.EILTbe aa able Lawyer at Washington City, 1.1 will emote Dry Goods and Clothing. w.n.1.. i.AU 'i t ii CO.

rowed well and planted about one w eek later -I years old, with three white feet flaxen main and a prompt and speedy collection of such claim as FAC10R3 AND
largest assortment that his len offered in this market toni 5.sting of common ware, while The present ocenp-inls wish to dispose of their entire
than the tail and well and is what might be termed be in hU hands
subsoiled with placed tho United COMMISSION
part-and no put up may against MERCHANTS
Stock in order I.e fur the Brick ,
Gl'llaite. Mull.ry and M.irl.lc sells, Glassware, Preserve awl Fruit Dishes all styles and qualities of to rcidy new
composition upon the hill-but with twice horse a natural and addressing pacer. the Any subscriber person taking at Troublesome up said. Tumblers, Goblets, Wine Glasses,Fluid and 0.1 L-iinps,Candlesticks,Lanterns,Jugs,Jars,SpittoousAc Stale. july8J. Store soon to be erected on Bay street and make iVo. 13 Smithern ilk vrf

cultivating and once slightly hoeing-gave room for the new stock which they intend to bring Charleston. S C. ,
Clinch will be handsomely Mfllobcrt Daker
evenly fhr" bushels of cars t. the acre, rewarded, for county.the Georgia. IIAHDWAUK. on, and in a further improvement of styles to invite Wm. ). Liwton I Win. }1.TaJ r.

while the other with superior cultivation March 24-3m same. JOHN T. ALLEN. Selected expressly to supply the peculiar demands of this mnrket, goods for building and Mill ATTORNEY AT LAW, SOLICITOR IN customers. R. Waimight Bacon, j I Joseph T. ViI!
tools The liberal J. 31. has received during Jolly 8 tlStl'rrJuU
Ae Ac.
purpose, Carpenters' patronage
but In of the
produced bixty. consequence ia h
the time he has been in business this city, is
dry weather, bad I crossed the part sudsoil- BY UOYAk LCTTERS PATC.VT. WINES & LIQUORS. AND deposed him to dispose of whatever ho has on 11".X"laX i Co,

I should doubtless have been the gainer. THE HYDROMAGEN FINE OLD DItA DY. HOLLAND OIV and BOURBON WHISKEY bottled. Do. in casks. Commissioner fur the Atlantic and Gulf haul at prices that cannot foil to produce a smileof COMMiSSION for the MERCHANTS

. 1). C.Longfingville. Oft ALE. I'ORTER CIIAMPAIGNE CIEDR Ae, Ae. States. pleasure from his customerj, and thereby reciprocate Four Grain sale of
w A TI.COXSt"ITIYE.Oork and Produce CeneralljfJ"'y3
1 Tompkins county N Y. WATERPOOF THE SUBSCRIBERS miy bo found for tbe present in the new building erected for temporary aug. the favors of tee public. He has determined '. Charte4uaSC. *
: S O lO lIIARCOUKT use on the site of the old stand destroyed by fire. They hope to open the year 1855 ia the largo and -_ that the most fastidious shall not leave him _'

.AlfUI'ACTt'IUD a" elegant store,corner Ocean and Bay streets, which U now in course of erection. dec 2-tf McQueen Mcintosh with dissatisfaction in regard to their bargiins. GEl). Aiiurii & eu..
now math Manure do rre Use en an Acre. llKAULEf & CO ----- Call one and all! We are anxious o wait upon A'a. 96 East-Hay (nppuiUe Uuytt 4CVf 1 J
ATTORNEY AT and Rood read!! read! !!
of land serve
An acre contains 43,560 square I 44 Market-St. Mtnthexter. Vor Welaka, I"a. LAW you. Charleston S. C\
Js holmes
feet 4.840 'anl rods. Jacksonville. f;. F. A. MODE A BRO, Jacksonville Dealer* in
square j *,or IGOwjiurc Principal Warehouse, 102 \Vuod-Strett Chtap- Via Palatka and Intermediate Landings. *
I 100 Wail Street N.: T. and next door to "Morning New.oOiee, SPIRIT CA&S AXIJ CAMPIICNE,
have used tide London American EntabtM-
those who it is said England.
s By guano Tho steamer SEMINOLE Smith & Bradford.ATTO dee 2-If Saann.
Xassau-Slreet New TILL attention tosalc of Yel- Capt. Bay street with Liunpa of every description fur the tea'
'I 300 pounds II sufficient to manure an acre; men! 38 Ann-Street 4102 pay particular! r.- .. POSTELL will proceed WcUk on
York U. S. ,iV low IMnc Lumber Live Oak, and KN'K AT LAVand ALSO
3021-2 Ibs. would 3l.t inst and continue to make \ ILLU S. I \ TOX & CO."BOIl"
g1\"OjiZ5t one once aver.dupui. '['HE Hydromagen is a valuable discovery for other SOUTHERN TIMBER and PRODUCE,and Wednesday regular English and American: White lead,Flints

to the square yard. One cubic JL protecting the feet from damp or cold, and 10 order for purchasing MERCHANDISE.July trips to that place every other Wednesday S011C1TOB CHAHC: JBT, of every kind, Linseed and i>erm
thereafter until further notice ALEXAIDgR, I WILLlAX S. L'WTO.f.Formerly ,
yard would give a trifle over one cubic inch oC disease 7-tf and Keienannille Fla. 8 Oil tf
therefore a preventative many Lung For freight or passage applg to Alligator qf I Formerly uf Ijaxtontille, july Glass. 1'ntty Ac. ,

to the square foot A cubic,'ardoChiglJly V'illOul4'! doctoring uhalertr. The HydromagenU Copartnership Notice. jan20-tf B SBFE A CANOVA, Agts WILL attend promptly to aU business entrusted York the S.Clieattfort\ 1J.l. S. c., CtJ lJIC1. XXI\tj6J; t.o. .
and inside the boot
form of
in the a sole worn or
L concentrated otheia.M. .
like soil would
manure, night The undersigned have entered iuto a Copartner Sea Island and Cotton
ia antidote Upland
medicated character
shoe. Its a powerful

U evenly and properly spread; manure an ship for the Practice of Law.McQljEENMcINTOSH. WHIT. SMITH, I f U. BRADFORE J I
well. to disease. 1.luterlnI.taln and Ornamental ; Office at Alligator. I Omee at Xewnansville. and Rice .
acre wy A cubic yard of long julyS .
mll.ni i For Geutlemen It will be Coun.lagreeable.warm Bricklaying, Ae. July 7-ly _Charleston.Sij.3lATTlIIEeS _
ttrewJl weigh about 1,4.x Ib*.; a cub.c I and healthy,to wear in the coldest or rainiest weflth- FRANCIS I. WIIEATON.Jacksonville FACTORS, I'ORWARDINC. I J.t; ,'HA RA. :
lIE subscriber desires offer his servi1 -
I foot not far from 50 11.". A cord contains er, M the foot cannot become wet if the HydromAgenis Nov. 19, l&Jltf.Private T. to his old friends and again the to in the EDWARD BISSELL, Jr, AND WIIOI.ES.U.I' ClAH'HING 1E01No. ,
128 cubic feet; a cord and a quarter would inserted Ladies may wear the lightest soled Hoarding. Mrformanee of Plain and Ornamental Plastering, Attorney at Law. C03I3IISSIOA MEnCII.\ST. 14J Eitt Car, corner Queen I 1

rive about a cubic foot to the square rod. boots or shoes while in the Consumption mont inclement BO prevalent weather with JHL TIlE sul cril>*r respectfully informs the Bricklaying Masonry, Ao He will contract for Office In need's New Brick Building, SOCril ATLANTIC WhARF, CHARtESTOX, S. C. julyS_CdarleatanSC. _f Z

,If liquid manure be used it would take 170 tho impunity;of our country may be thwarted among by .public, that he U Jlrer.re.J to occommo>late a brick-work an I plastering of buildings entire, upon April 7] Jacksonville, E. Flo. [ly OUR Sr. Partner his been in the Factorage and WAIiDLAWVALKtKJt JUK.SIV J
t/ -.bbU. tu ,iyo'ooe gill to a square foot tiptnn their general adoption. They entirely supersede united number of families or single persons, with reasonable: term, and pledges himself u'e des / Business about twenty years, Cotto-1 I-'acro's and t

acre, which would be equal to about 50 orcr-thoes as tbe latter cause the feet to perspire gno,1, board, at reasonable rates. patch in the execution of all work entrusted to his C. D. Oak.Ree and we hope by experience and attention to give COMMISSION ..1ICHCIIAXTS, J

pipes or large hogsheads. It would be ia ft very unhealthy manner} and,besides are not The house in situated in a pleasant part of the. care. l's New : .at fadiun. M,iron 17-ly North Atlantic Wharf_ If r
town, corner of Ocean and Monroe streets., Jacksonville He hardly thinks it necessary to give those to .[ BniMlng] '
Charleston S.C.
Jaly8 ,
S quite useful if farmers-would bo a little dangerous wear to pedestrians in icy weather, like Flo"Ida. A. COY. whom ho is known any assurance as to the quality JaclcsontilU, Flo."Si NEW GOODS FOR SPitING 18331 _______- j J

soon .specific to the amount of manna I india rubber.extremely While Urge the, tbe latter Jlydromageo.eanse tbe feet being to January I, &- of his work, as in that respect he has heretofore KEEPS constantly unhand alne assort- \V. G. Bancroft JSash House II.J n.17 King KISS.U.\X.Street 1.
to his tho most satisfaction.
applied. a soere thin tike of cork prepared, peculiarly pla- given patrons perfect ':*meat of WATCHES,JEWELRY and FAN 233 A 2SS King Street, has In .'ore a' lromcrsoclcef J
I He solicits renewal of the ****
.; t'inside does not increase the site of the boot,or } Salamander Lightning i of respectfully his follow-citileDl. a JOHN 1\ERS.pUrou-; CY GOODS which he offers for pile cheap Uharlettun S.C. WINDOW SHADES. :s j I

S iIuesLiquorsanJ Srgars. cause the foot to appear SH tidy. To Children theyare CON flUtWltS. age Nov. II-Cm. reash. WE ARE now receiving our usual large and which he ia now offering',at prioes's h M iii f*"
extremely valuable a* they may engage in 'g"If'atches Repaired and Warrented. extcnuive asaortmunt t>f tent great iodnsenieDU to ..' t
.". "WOOD "CO. &Ye Just received fresh exercise with comfort anal healthy effects. Their These are the Permanently Safe T d

JD ...ppt> y CIt\VI ES.LIQCOR8*idSEaABS, expense U so slight a*to scarce need mention t besides LIGHTENING KODS. S..;.llockcnbaugh! ; \\ m. (irothc, Fancy & Staple 'Dry Goods, Lace and MustlaCimain.,4LSO%Satin peLanes'Ds ; dub.

s>t their nU sUnd on Bay .tr. & and DOW offer to those who patronize them will find their yearly yet Invented. .' WATCH 'MAKER AND) for Spring Trade and are prepared'to offer greater Ae., ail at a"greit "rgva. Jv i
.tWir e s(. B.n M choice ha MMttment M any doctor1 bill much diminished thereby. TIHMnsnlattonispclfjct, and not subject to ; El'. EULCOtlltRSIO. JgWELRY.. inducement than ever before to Cub Customer IC

snMket eu offer. Btgw suld by th. &bo"tfj$,: At the Ilydromagen U becoming more known, Its mpair M in the oaM of those of ordinary oonstrucracttoo. 'l MERCHANT.llirtarl S (In Ou room adjoining tAt Pott-office.) We adhere strictly to our established CIIItom COL'llTEN'AV-_ 1

t Wi M by the LeAst or botUe. Lija' Vy the d* ale b Increasing to .aa almost incredible ..extentLast .t The article speaks fur itself and those Street, 1Y.; Y. X. HAVING returned from Europe, again of ONE PRICE ONLY. BOOKS, STATIONERY AND CBGrj Pa.

vQohnor mnonor1. y the duxea in twttlea year in London Manchester, lilrnsinghnm, Interested in the ecur ty of their booses, will sitixfy CAREFtL' attention will be given1 to sale of *HJ*3.**, frianda begs lea\a and to the offer his services to his old Caarleeten.Jaa.20. ;1835. '((601)Dental PUBLICATIONS i U:
WINES. themselves by ealiing en Mr.A.Ml REED Rice, Sugar Lumber Timber and public genrally.rWUh his : : Jfollce.W'&BOSTWICKwouldrespectful.
Liverpool,Glasgow;Leeds Dublin Paris Antwerp '3a ly3 No-3-Brood Street. ChAre toDSCe
.vsTJxatock Flit Mr. WALTER other Southern Produce. ,. Merchandise purchased experience CQr'the' last .Inti.lis -y.ars, aa .*
> Ueompriiwdof CHAMPAION, MArxikuBnEnnv -, Hamburgh, and Berlin OtIr sales reached 1.7J"14 Jabksonville; or KIPP : .
t. CLARET, POBT *..- pain of corks Soles. This yew the number .or, sola Agent for the erection of th" rods- .in on saoitsdvaAtageuustirma A July 8-tf to Watchmaker those ; he hopes to give entire satisfaction \f Inform tha ciUieos Jacksonville and il>-vicinity AlS&W FISURR IIOXIR: :: &I
-wbg wishtobays work
S dona.In. "
'."7" UQUOK8. will far Surpass that. act Florida/ workmanlike a ;that hiving opened anoffioo ia the gue'rian FACTORS "XU OMMISS1ON l a

-Old Cognac, OUntUartcl aad AntooW Curreaa Ask to*Facultytheir Opinion of their yams asa '. 'DW t Ell.AtLolItNn ACO U: Inaotrent:Notice.' l;feT- Wat.cbet manner.Clocks and twelryr.pslreti. at Gallery,on Fnrsyth street,will attend io all bran .. IIAjTmi_ : J-

;-Co Walt. Bnady,,Old. IlUUnd Gin and ''prerenUtive fir .C011G COL.,. BMJTCBITU, t7CAUT .No:'ona.is. anthorizod (o use N. C. BUFORD.-Admlniitrttorof.Es .t.h.a shortest aotlee.J.. .JaJ1&-tt. ches of DENTISTRY.in Iheniost. approved and Acc m.m.odntion Wharf CharltlW"k:
.' ,J wjwIJoarUflJ4 jtxog*,Scotch and Irish MTV*:*,:.and logsirarrlo.. oar patterns in EastFIorlda;but our above named .,ISAAC; of.William Q. Raford, I late of this county S care .UlaJlner. '. : D
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